Kazakhstan and the United Kingdom signed a strategic partnership agreement

July 11, 2013

Cameron In Kazakhstan For Trade Mission and  Human Rights  TalkKazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev and British Prime Minister David Cameron on the 1st Astana, capital of Kazakhstan , signed a strategic partnership agreement.

Nursultan Nazarbayev at the signing ceremony held after reporter conference that the signing of this agreement reflects not only the potential of bilateral relations, the two countries also expressed the wish to enhance bilateral relations the wishes of the new level. Kazakhstan, the United Kingdom <http://www.stockmarkettodayblog.com/tag/the-united-kingdom>  is the most important political and economic partners. English is the second after the United States and the Netherlands, countries with the largest investments in Kazakhstan, in Kazakhstan there are currently more than 600 British companies involved in transportation, metallurgy, medicine, Bank and other fields. Kazakhstan hopes raw materials for investment and advanced technology models to strengthen energy cooperation between the two countries.

Cameron said the two countries will continue to expand in health, education, Real Estate and the financial sector mutual investment. The two sides plan before the 2017 bilateral trade volume doubled.

Cameron arrived on the 30th two-day visit to Kazakhstan. Cameron’s visit to Kazakhstan, the two countries signed more than 10 enterprise cooperation agreement amounted to nearly $ 1 billion.

Source: Kazembassy