The Commission on cooperation of the Republic of Kazakhstan with international organizations was established by the Government Decree No. 2091 on December 11, 2009. The Commission is an advisory body under the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The main function of this organization is to develop recommendations on cooperation of the Government agencies of the Republic of Kazakhstan with international organizations and participation in international treaties.
Working body of the Commission is the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
According to its rules, the main objectives and functions of the Commission are to draft recommendations on the following issues:
- Proposals on participation and cooperation of the Republic of Kazakhstan within international organizations and universal international treaties and on ensuring the most effective implementation of commitments, including financial;
- Proposals on accession, participation and withdrawal of the Republic of Kazakhstan from international organizations and international treaties based on the proposals from the Government agencies;
- Proposals on ensuring observance of certain conditions (legislative, financial and other) for accession and participation of the Republic of Kazakhstan in international organizations and international treaties.
The Commission meets when necessary, but not less than twice a year. As of today, the Commission held 43 meetings. The last meeting was held on February 3, 2015.