During a meeting with Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev Prime Minister Karim Masimov, as promised, raised the issue of the return of the remains of the leaders of the national liberation movement of the last century Kenesary Khan and Keiki Batyr.
Dmitry Medvedev promised to investigate and give the necessary instructions to resolve the issue.
"I will give an oral and written instructions if you need to sort out this issue," Dmitry Medvedev replied to the request of K. Massimov about returning the remains of national heroes of Kazakhstan.
Earlier, Karim Massimov posted a tweet, in which he promised to discuss the issue of return of relics with Medvedev.
During the meeting with his Russian counterpart Karim Massimov also discussed issues related to the upcoming XIII Interregional Cooperation Forum in Astana. In particular, the progress of major transport projects, such as "Western Europe - Western China". Particular attention was paid to the transboundary Ural River and the Prime Minister offered to sign an intergovernmental agreement.
There have also been raised and discussed topical issues of logistics, cross-border cooperation and other important issues in the real economy.
Dmitry Medvedev stressed that the bilateral relations between neighboring states are in a stable, high level.