UAE-Kazakhstan to strengthen ties

 


General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces discussed yesterday matters of joint investment with Karim Masimov, Prime Minister of Kazakhstan. Present at the meeting were also members of the accompanying delegation.


General Sheikh Mohammed praised the relations between the UAE and Kazakhstan, which see continual growth due to the keenness of both countries to strengthen bilateral relations. He confirmed that the UAE seeks to consolidate co-operation and friendship with every country and Republic of Kazakhstan on the basis of mutual respect and interests to help bolster development, peace, security and stability in the region. During the meeting, there was a review of the co-operation between the two countries in areas of economy, investment and tourism.

There was also discussion on the means of constructive co-operation between Abu Dhabi and Kazakhstan through encouraging private sector establishments and investment authorities in both countries to set up joint investment projects and take advantage of attractive investment opportunities available in both countries.

Karim Masimov lauded the boom seen in the UAE and Abu Dhabi’s economy and business components, which made the capital an attractive destination for international firms. (Wam)

 

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