Embassy of Kazakhstan in Poland organized in Warsaw a conference devoted to the Kazakhstan-Polish cooperation in the framework of the 100-Steps Plan to implement 5 institutional reforms in Kazakhstan.
The conference that took place June 19 was attended by former Prime Minister of Poland Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz, Chairman of the Committee of legislation of the Senate deputy Piotr Zientarski, deputy of the Sejm Tomasz Makowski, as well as heads of leading Polish companies and others.
Participants have discussed opportunities and perspectives of cooperation in the future in terms of modernization in Government administration system and national economy of Kazakhstan.
Ambassador of Kazakhstan in Warsaw Yerik Utembayev said that the Eurasian Chamber will contribute to the implementation of Kazakhstani-Polish pilot program KZ-EURO-PL in Aktobe, Karaganda, Almaty, South Kazakhstan regions and Astana. In accordance with the bilateral agreements, this program includes an investment partnership for clusters development, activity of the International Innovation Center Al-Farabi – Copernicus and bilateral cooperation programs in different sectors.
Within the framework of KZ-EURO-PL, Mayor of Tulkubass district in South Kazakhstan region Kairat Abdualiev and the Consortium of agricultural companies Agrosady KZ-EURO-PL have signed the Memorandum on the development on the territory of Tulkubass area intensive apple orchards. ARNO company was determined as a responsible company for the implementation of this project.
Moreover, it is planned to build a fruit and vegetable logistics center in the territory of Tulkubass area. Memorandum on the implementation of this project was signed by Abdualiev with Transport and Logistics company Polfrost.
Сonsortium of companies in the sectors of construction materials and construction, agricultural engineering, machinery and others, formed in the Chamber with the support of the Embassy, are planning to organize a business mission to Kazakhstan in the second half of this year.
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