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29 November, 2019 14:59

Kazakh Ambassador to Romania held a briefing in Bucharest

The Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Romania, Nurbakh Rustemov, held a briefing involving representative of the diplomatic corps and international organizations, as well as the local media on November 28, Strategy2050.kz informs with reference to the Kazakh foreign ministry.

Kazakh Ambassador to Romania held a briefing in Bucharest   | Strategy2050.kz

The Kazakh diplomat updated the guests on the tasks set by President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev in his State Address of September 2, 2019, noting that the current Kazakh Head of State set the task towards a balanced and gradual political modernization, while maintaining the path paved by National Leader Nursultan Nazarbayev.

The participants were informed about the upcoming holiday in Kazakhstan - Day of the First President.

The Ambassador spoke of the contribution of the National Leader to the deed of transforming the country into one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

Nurback Rustemov informed on the state and prospects of cooperation in many areas, with trade turnover amounting to $1.373B for 9 months of 2019, calling for joint active work to significantly diversify the structure of trade.

For his turn, Mr. Petru Lificiu, Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Kazakhstan-Romania, drew attention of the guests to the role of the First President in establishing and developing mutually beneficial cooperation between Kazakhstan and the world community.

The fact that the development of cooperation between Kazakhstan and Romania is positively facilitated by Kazakhstan’s largest foreign asset KazMunayGas International, which contributes to the energy security of the host country, was outlined.

At the end of the meeting, the Kazakh Ambassador shared his plans to deepen the bilateral cooperation in 2020, inviting all willing sides to take an active part.

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