China News Agency, Nursultan, September 23. On the 23rd local time, President Tokayev of Kazakhstan attended the 76th UN General Assembly general debate in video format and delivered a keynote speech.

  According to a report on the official website of the Presidential Palace of Kazakhstan on the 23rd, Tokayev pointed out in his speech that the world today is facing three major challenges: reconstruction after the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the climate crisis and the situation in Afghanistan.

  Tokayev said that the epidemic has exposed the weaknesses of the international community in many areas and has also highlighted the importance of international cooperation.

Countries must build a more fair and just world, and ensuring the fair distribution of the new crown vaccine will be the top priority.

  When talking about the situation in Afghanistan, Tokayev pointed out that Kazakhstan respects the sovereignty and independence of Afghanistan.

At the same time, Afghanistan must continue to fulfill its international obligations and avoid becoming a breeding ground for terrorists.

In addition, he said that all parties should pay close attention to the development of the situation in Afghanistan and ensure that the United Nations agencies and other humanitarian organizations carry out their assistance work smoothly.

At the same time, Tokayev pointed out that Kazakhstan will always be willing to provide humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.

  In addition, in terms of regional cooperation, Tokayev stated that the regional policy advocated by Kazakhstan aims to promote the coordinated development of Central Asian countries through mutually beneficial cooperation.

At the same time, this has also created favorable conditions for the international community to interact with Central Asian countries.