EVENT: Then and Now: 30 Years of U.S.-Kazakh Relations

EVENT: Then and Now: 30 Years of U.S.-Kazakh Relations

EVENT: Then and Now: 30 Years of U.S.-Kazakh Relations

Wednesday, October 20, 2021
11:00am - 12:00pm (US Eastern)

Meeting to be held virtually via Zoom

 

His Excellency Yerzhan Ashikbayev
Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the U.S.

George A. Krol
Former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Kazakhstan

Bolat Nurgaliev
Former Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the U.S.

John M. Ordway
Former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Kazakhstan

Moderated by

Susan M. Elliott
President and Chief Executive Officer
National Committee on American Foreign Policy

In late 1991, the Republic of Kazakhstan declared its independence from the then-USSR.  Only days later, the United States and the fledgling republic opened diplomatic relations, and have remained stalwart partners for 30 years across a range of issues, including regional engagement, nuclear security and nonproliferation, and economic cooperation.  Join the NCAFP as we partner with the Consulate General of the Republic of Kazakhstan in New York to look back on 30 years of partnership between the United States and Kazakhstan, and look forward to areas for continued cooperation in the future.

The event will be conducted via the video conferencing platform Zoom, which works on PC, Mac, or mobile devices. You do not need to create an account to use it. Guests will have the option to join the meeting through the Zoom application, or by calling in by phone.

In order to streamline the Q&A portion of the conversation, all guests will have their video feeds disabled.  We ask that guests submit all questions through the Q&A function or the chat box.  If you don't wish to use these functions, or will join by phone, please submit questions in advance or real time to [email protected]ncafp.org .

Hosted in cooperation with the
Consulate General of the Republic of Kazakhstan of New York

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