Acting President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev received first deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan Askar Mamin on 22 September.
The sides discussed the issues of practical implementation of the agreements, reached during the visit of President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev to Samarkand, above all, in further development of mutually beneficial trade-economic cooperation, at the meeting.
The issues of increasing the volumes of bilateral trade turnover, in particular thanks to formation of new sales markets in our countries were on the spotlight.
In particular, a number of concrete proposals and events, developed by experts of the two countries – creation of joint trade houses on promoting competitive industrial products, supporting trade projects by national banking and finance institutions, facilitating interaction of customs bodies, carrying out joint business forums and visits, were approved.
The parties underlined the necessity to continue mutually beneficial cooperation in transport and transit transportation spheres, including providing tariff preferences in transportation of export cargo and implementation of new joint projects, which will allow to increase competitiveness of regional transport corridors and ensure their high load.
Askar Mamin conveyed his sincere gratitude for a warm reception and underscored the readiness of the Republic of Kazakhstan in implementing joint measures on widening full-scale and mutually beneficial trade-economic cooperation between our countries.