President of Russia Vladimir Putin on Monday, November 28, will hold talks with a Kazakh counterpart Kasym-Jomartom Tokayev, who will make the first foreign visit to Moscow after being re-elected. This was announced to journalists on Friday by the press secretary of the head of the Russian state. Dmitry Peskovanswering a question from TASS.
“On Monday, President of Kazakhstan Tokayev will be in the Russian Federation on an official visit, this will be his first foreign visit after being re-elected head of state,” the Kremlin spokesman said. He noted that “there will be communication between the two presidents, negotiations.”