The cooperation is aimed at enhancing the effectiveness of both countries' peacekeeping efforts.
Negotiations between experts on peacekeeping operations under the UN took place in Turin, Italy, as reported by Sarbaz.kz, citing the press service of the Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan.
The talks involved servicemen from the Peacekeeping Operations Centre of the Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan. The parties discussed the peculiarities of post-conflict operations, emphasizing aspects crucial for their success.
"The resolution of post-conflict situations is of immense importance to the global community," noted Colonel Bauyrzhan Nigmetullin, Chief of the Peacekeeping Operations Centre of the Kazakh Ministry of Defense. "Their resolution is linked to humanitarian issues, touching upon security, sustainable development, and the protection of human rights."
The exchange of experiences between Kazakhstan and Italy in this realm will improve the understanding and application of modern methods in post-conflict situations. Collaboration in this sphere is aimed at enhancing the effectiveness of peacekeeping efforts in both countries and aligns with the common goal of global security.