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November 14 The Hague, at the Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the Kingdom of the Netherlands, International Cooperation Agreement was signed between JSC KazGUU University named after M.S. Narikbayev and the Hague Conference on Private International Law - HCCH. The signing ceremony was attended by the Chairman of the Board of KazGUU Talgat Narikbaev, Secretary-General of the HCCH Christoph Bernasconi and Ambassador of Kazakhstan to the Kingdom of the Netherlands Magzhan Ilyasov.
The purpose of the document concluded between the leading law university of Kazakhstan and the Hague Conference is to promote the development of private international law in Kazakhstan, increasing awareness about HCCH and its activities, as well as an implementation of the joint scientific and applied researches. Another aspect is to support the judicial system of the Astana International Financial Centre.
Text of the bilateral document also includes organizing of research and professional internships for the Law University professors and joint conferences, seminars on private international law issues.
T.Narikbaev noted that participation of Kazakhstan in the Hague Conference activities is an important factor to create a modern legal system and improving private law aspects in Kazakhstan.
K. Bernasconi expressed confidence in the further increasing of academic relations between HCCH and KazGUU, also emphasized the practical importance of Kazakhstan's membership in the organization. Regulation of international trade relations by of the HCCH rules system will have a positive impact on the investment attractiveness of the country, noted by the Secretary-General.
The Hague Conference on Private International Law – HCCH is a global intergovernmental organization that starts its activity in 1893. Includes 82 states and the European Union as a collective member. The organization is engaged in solving issues in the field of private international law such as protection of civil rights, ensuring access to justice and legalization of documents. The Republic of Kazakhstan joined the Conference in 2017.