Romanian Foreign Minister Teodor Meleşkanu will pay a visit to Kazakhstan on July 27-28. It became known during a briefing of Kazakhstan’s Ambassador to Romania Daulet Batrashev on the prospects of development of the Kazakh-Romanian cooperation.
D. Batrashev said that Romanian Foreign Minister Teodor Meleşkanu will pay a visit to Kazakhstan on July 27-28. Within the framework of the visit to Astana, talks are planned with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Kairat Abdrakhmanov and participation in the national day of Romania at EXPO 2017. The Romanian delegation will also arrive in Karaganda to visit one of three Romanian national-cultural societies “Dacia”, the Strategy 2050 NA reported.
“Today, between Kazakhstan and Romania there is a high level of mutual understanding, a coincidence of the positions of the sides on most topical issues of international politics. Consistent support for a political dialogue, dynamic development of bilateral trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian ties, as well as coordination of efforts of two countries within the UN, OSCE and other international organizations contribute to further rapprochement of the sides”, the Ambassador said.
According to him, Kazakhstan is an important trade and economic partner and a major investor in the economy of Romania. In the light of the implementation of the Third Modernization of Kazakhstan, there are great prospects in the oil and gas sector, agriculture, transit and transport potential, information technologies and a number of other areas of cooperation. In October, the 13th meeting of the Kazakh-Romanian intergovernmental commission for trade, economic, scientific and technical cooperation will be held.