Rouhani to visit Kazakhstan Sat. to attend Caspian Sea littoral states meeting Legal Issues
The Iranian president will travel to Kazakhstan next Saturday to attend a summit of the Caspian Sea littoral states.
Iranian president's Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications and Information Parviz Esmaeili said Wednesday that President Hassan Rouhani will leave Tehran for Aktau, Kazakhstan on Saturday afternoon for a two-day visit to attend a summit of the Caspian Sea littoral states.
According to Esmaeili, during the summit, in addition to the joint statement, several important strategic documents for cooperation in the Caspian region will be signed by officials from five coastal countries.
He also said the bilateral meeting with the Kazakh president and some of the leaders at the summit to discuss bilateral relations are on the agenda of the president’s visit to Kazakhstan.
Rouhani will be accompanied by some of the members of the cabinet on the visit, according to Esmaeili, and he will fly back to Iran on Sunday afternoon.