1. Main
  2. Learn
  3. News overview
  4. Kazakhstan

Pakistan makes its seaports available to Kazakhstan07 сентября 2011, 14:19

Pakistan makes its seaports available to Kazakhstan Pakistan makes its seaports available to Kazakhstan
Pakistan is ready to make its seaports available to Kazakhstan for trade operations, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani of Pakistan said during his talks with Prime Minister Karim Massimov of Kazakhstan September 7, Novosti Kazakhstan reports. “Pakistan will be glad to make its seaports available to Kazakhstan for trade operations. The sides could work on details in the nearest future”, he said. PM Gillani emphasized that “the time has come to give a strong impetus to the bilateral cooperation of the two nations”. According to him, the two nations “could unleash their potential to maintain peace for the peoples of the region”. “Stability and peace in the region are contact points for Kazakhstan and Pakistan (…) the two nations could work together towards stability and peace in Afghanistan”, he said. The sides signed an agreement of cooperation between the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Kazakhstan and Pakistan’s Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry. For January – June trade turnover between the two nations exceeded $19.9 million, 30% up against the like period of 2010.

Nobel prizewinner proposes a new city in KZ
New abnormal snowfalls expected in Kazakhstan
Huge glacier retreat triggered in 1940s
Hyperloop construction begins in Las Vegas
"Moonlight" to top Spirit Awards nominations
Oil prices fall due to investors uncertainty
New dwarf galaxy discovered around Milky Way
Kanat Islam becomes a top ten WBO boxer
World oil prices continue to rise
Kazakhstan expects warming - Kazhydromet
Merkel to seek fourth term as chancellor
Sale of Tintin drawings set to break records
US, EU stocks fall as markets focus on dollar
Pacific leaders urged to defend free trade
EU warns eight nations on budget deficit
Universiade-2017: Athletic Village is ready
Bob Dylan can't make Nobel ceremony
Messi will never leave Barca - club president
Google, Facebook take aim at 'fake' news
Aerosmith announces Europe 'farewell' tour
Putin, Trump to normalise US-Russia ties
At least 10 hurt in southern Turkey blast
6.2 quake hits western Japan