During the talks with US Presidential Adviser on Homeland Security - Deputy National Security Adviser Elizabeth Sherwood-Rendall and First Deputy National Security Adviser to the US President Jonathan Feiner, the parties confirmed the strategic nature of relations between the two countries, and also "synchronized watches" on topical aspects international agenda.

During the meeting in Congress with Vice Chairman of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee James Rish and members of the US House of Representatives, issues of strengthening inter-parliamentary cooperation were discussed.

During the conversations, Minister M. Tleuberdi paid special attention to the upcoming national referendum on the constitutional reform of the Republic of Kazakhstan, which will become the political basis for building the "New Kazakhstan". The American side expressed strong support for the reforms of the Head of State, noting that their implementation will contribute to the political modernization of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

As you know, an important element of bilateral cooperation between Kazakhstan and the United States is trade and investment cooperation. In this regard, negotiations were held with Deputy Minister of Trade Marisa Lago. Particular emphasis was placed on expanding trade relations and the exchange of missions. The parties agreed to promote cooperation in the field of finance, agriculture, diversification of transport routes in the face of sanctions restrictions.

On the same day, a meeting was held with the President of the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding USA, Rabbi Mark Schneier, who highly appreciated the efforts of Kazakhstan in strengthening interfaith and interethnic harmony, which is one of the most important factors in the stability of civil society. Rabbi M. Schneier also confirmed his participation in the VII Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions, scheduled for September this year.

During the visit, the Kazakh delegation also held meetings with the management of Boeing, Valmont Industries, Honeywell, Pfizer and Champion Foods. The prospects for the implementation of investment projects in Kazakhstan were discussed. The United States is one of the largest foreign investors in the Kazakh economy with a total investment of over $55 billion.