The United States, on December 25, 1991, was the first country to recognize Kazakhstan’s independence following the break up of the Soviet Union. Kazakh - U.S. Relations are built on the cornerstone of nuclear nonproliferation and security, and over the course of 25 years has grown to include strong bilateral cooperation on trade, regional security and the stabilization of Afghanistan, regional economic integration, and development of civil society, rule of law and democracy. Bilateral relations were described by the White House as An Enhanced Partnership for the 21st Century, to which Kazakhstan agrees.
Kazakhstan considers the U.S. one of its most important diplomatic partners and both countries have shared priorities. Bilateral cooperation was affirmed by President Donald J. Trump and President Nursultan Nazarbayev at the White House in Janu... Read more
Kazakhstan has attracted significant foreign investment since independence. The U.S. is one of Kazakhstan’s most important economic partners. Bilateral cooperation was affirmed by President Donald J. Trump and President Nursultan Nazarbayev at ... Read more
Security and nuclear non-proliferation is a cornerstone of the Kazakhstan - United States relations. Kazakhstan considers the U.S. one of its most important partners in regional and global security. Bilateral cooperation was affirmed by Preside... Read more