Kazakhstan, Russian PM's agreed on joint actions on stabilization of prices for basic foodstuffs
Astana. October 23. Kazakhstan Today - The Prime Ministers of Kazakhstan and Russia agreed on carrying out of joint actions on non-admission of further growth and stabilization of the prices for basic foodstuffs on Monday, the agency reports referring to the press service of the Kazakhstan government. According to the press service, telephone conversation of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Karim Masimov with the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Victor Zubkov took place on Monday. "Discussing current social and economic situation in Kazakhstan and Russia, the Prime Ministers of two countries agreed on development of the plan and carrying out of joint actions on non-admission of further growth and stabilization of the prices for basic food stuffs," the press release states. The interlocutors discussed current issues of bilateral cooperation and exchanged opinions on the social and economic situation in Kazakhstan and Russia. K. Masimov and V. Zubkov agreed on carrying out of the bilateral meeting in the beginning of November of 2007 in Tashkent within the limits of the forthcoming session of the prime ministers of the countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.