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Askar Mamin held meetings with the Prime Ministers of Belarus and Moldova

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Askar Mamin held bilateral meetings with the Prime Ministers of Belarus Sergey Rumas and Moldova Ion Chicu, who had arrived in Almaty to attend the meeting of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council and the Digital Almaty Forum.

Negotiations with the Prime Minister of Belarus Sergey Rumas addressed the issues of bilateral cooperation in the investment, industrial, agricultural, energy, transit transport, military-technical spheres, as well as within the framework of integration associations.

“Today, relations between Kazakhstan and Belarus are a successful and effective model of bilateral and multilateral cooperation. An intensive political dialogue exists between our countries, deep economic ties have been strengthened, and cooperation in all areas of cooperation is developing effectively”, said Askar Mamin.

The two countries are successfully implementing joint projects in the field of industrial cooperation. Including, the assembly of BelAz mining equipment on the basis of the KazBelAz JV, the production of combines on the basis of Agromashholding and the MAZ vehicles on the basis of Hyundai Trans Auto LLP, as well as the production of elevators on the basis of the Alatau Lift Building Company.

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan expressed interest in building up production cooperation and increasing the level of localization of joint production in Kazakhstan.

At the meeting with the Prime Minister of Moldova Ion Chicu, the prospects of bilateral economic cooperation and interaction in the EAEU format were discussed.

“A confidential and open political dialogue exists between our countries, trade and economic cooperation and cultural and humanitarian ties are being strengthened. The regularity of meetings between the top officials of our states at various regional venues reflects their mutual interest in strengthening Kazakhstan-Moldova cooperation”, Askar Mamin said.

About 70 legal entities, branches and representative offices with Moldovan participation operate in Kazakhstan.

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan noted the availability of significant potential for enhancing cooperation between Kazakhstan and Moldova in trade, economic, investment, agricultural and other fields.