Almaty. October 7. Information Center - The
President of Kazakhstan will visit Pakistan next year to strengthen bilateral trade relations, said Kazakhstan's Ambassador Yerzhan Kistafin during his visit to Rawalpindi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI), Urdu Point reports.
The Ambassador said a delegation of Kazakhstani
industrialists would also be accompanying the President to explore new business avenues
He said both countries have deep and friendly relations and
there were vast opportunities to promote bilateral trade in many fields.
an important route for accessing its products to Europe and
other countries, "he added Yerzhan informed that Memorandum of
Understanding would also be signed soon for strengthening relations between
the chambers of commerce of both countries.
Earlier, President RCCI Nadeem Rauf gave a detailed briefing
to the Envoy about the ongoing activities of the Chamber and
He said pharmaceuticals, textiles,
machinery, leather, petroleum products and tourism were important sectors in
which cooperation could be promoted. "Kazakhstan ranks
25th in ease of doing business and
we can take benefit from Kazakhstan's
experience" he added.
The envoy was accompanied by First Secretary Dalyara
Kemperbayev while members of the Executive Committee and members of the Chamber were
also present on the occasion.