Kazakhstan and the UN
30 years of cooperation between Kazakhstan and the UN
Today is the 30th anniversary of Kazakhstan's membership in the United Nations (UN). On March 2, 1992, at the 46th session, Kazakhstan became the 168th full member of the United Nations, which testified to the international recognition of the state sovereignty and independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
As the Head of State noted, "Kazakhstan has fruitfully cooperated with the United Nations for 30 years in global security and building a harmonious society. In the context of growing geopolitical tension, Kazakhstan advocates a stronger UN and its consolidating role".
Kazakhstan is currently participating in the implementation of the Global Sustainable Development Agenda (SDGs). For this purpose, Kazakhstan has established the SDG Coordination Council, with the Economic Research Institute JSC as the Secretariat.
It is important to note that UN agencies also facilitate the translation of Kazakhstan's successful experience to other neighbouring countries, with the latter being inspired by and adopting it.
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