The Role of the Republic of Kazakhstan in International Legal Support of Energy Security
The global energy security is the steady system of the legal, political and economic relations allowing to support effective functioning of a world power system. International legal problems on ensuring energy security effectively can be solved only by cooperation of the states in this sphere. For ensuring effective cooperation in the international energy security the states need to develop the general legal approaches for a long-term outlook which will promote the solution of such problems as reliable providing fuel with traditional types; diversification and safety of power supply; development of nuclear power; energy saving; search of breakthrough technologies and perspective environmentally friendly power sources. In the process of consideration of these issues the main international Agreements as well as the role of the Republic Kazakhstan in international legal support of energy security on the example of bilateral agreements with the leading States of the world community have been analyzed and investigated in this article. The creation of a global system energy security system will save the world from the conflicts generated by the struggle for energy security and will contribute to the international stability as a whole. The Republic of Kazakhstan as an active participant in global economic relations is interested in strengthening energy cooperation with all states on the principles of equal partnership and mutual benefit and contributing to the implementation of breakthrough international initiatives aimed at strengthening global energy security.
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