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7 November, 2019 16:07

Kazakh-Indian relations discussed in Mumbai

The Ambassador of Kazakhstan to India, Yerlan Alimbayev, on 5-6 November 2019 paid a working visit to Mumbai, the largest trade, financial and business center of India, the Kazakh Foreign Ministry’s press service informs.

Kazakh-Indian relations discussed in Mumbai | Strategy2050.kz

The Kazakh diplomat attended a meeting with Governor of Maharashtra Mr. Koshyari to share the views on the history of Kazakh-Indian relations, as well as the strengthening of the bilateral trade-investment and cultural-humanitarian cooperation.

Ambassador Yerlan Alimbayev also had talks with the leadership of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Eximbank, the Mumbai Sea Port, the Mahindra Group of Companies, as well as with the representatives of business circles and potential investors.


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