The International Trade Union Congress held these days in Copenhagen (Kingdom of Denmark) is an excellent dialogue platform for the trade union community of the whole world.
The organizers created all the conditions for the Congress to be held online, the plenary sessions, debates and speeches of the participants will be broadcasted online. Representatives of the Kazakhstan delegation use the Congress site to strengthen business cooperation with international trade unions.
So, on December 2, 2018 in the capital of the Kingdom of Denmark a memorandum of cooperation was signed between the Federation of Trade Unions of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Confederation of Trade Unions of Armenia. The memorandum is valid for three years and is aimed at the development of further mutual understanding, cooperation, partnerships and information sharing between the trade unions of the two countries.
According to the chairman of the Confederation of Trade Unions of Armenia, Eduard Tumasyan, the memorandum opens up broad prospects for cooperation of trade unions of our states, opportunities for holding joint events and sharing experience.