President of Islamic Country to arrive in Pakistan soon
Yerzhan Kistafin, the Ambassador of Kazakhstan, conveyed on Saturday that President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev of Kazakhstan is poised to make an official visit to Pakistan in the near future, aimed at further fortifying their bilateral trade and economic ties. This announcement came during a gathering with members of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI).
Addressing the audience, Yerzhan Kistafin, Kazakhstan's Ambassador, emphasized his nation's eagerness to enhance trade relations with Pakistan, highlighting the considerable potential for trade across various sectors. He recalled that in the previous year, Kazakhstan had organized a trade delegation's visit to Pakistan, expressing optimism that the forthcoming visit of another Kazakh delegation would play a pivotal role in advancing business ties between the two countries.
Pakistan and Kazakhstan, he asserted, possess ample opportunities for collaboration in numerous domains such as construction, agriculture, energy, textiles, pharmaceuticals, food products, engineering equipment, machinery, banking, and finance. Furthermore, he stressed the importance of exploring the establishment of road and railway connections that could significantly bolster trade and economic connectivity between the two nations.
The Ambassador went on to disclose that the ICCI is actively planning a delegation's visit to Kazakhstan, with the primary objective of identifying fresh avenues for business partnerships that will foster the growth of bilateral trade relations between Pakistan and Kazakhstan.
In summary, Yerzhan Kistafin's remarks underscored the commitment of Kazakhstan to nurturing its trade and economic relationship with Pakistan, emphasizing the mutual benefits that can be realized through increased cooperation across diverse sectors. The planned visit of President Tokayev to Pakistan and the reciprocal delegations between the two countries hold the promise of strengthening these ties in the near future.