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Promising areas of Kazakh-Czech cooperation identified in Prague

Promising areas of Kazakh-Czech cooperation identified in Prague

Prague. Caseinform – During the visit to Prague, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan Roman Vasylenko held bilateral talks with representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the administration of the President of the Czech Republic, Caseinform learned from the press service of Kazakhstan. Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

He met with the Minister of State for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic Miloslav Staszek. The two sides agreed to deepen cooperation in a large number of bilateral relations and expand trade, economic, cultural and humanitarian relations.

It is reported that despite the deterioration of the global economic situation due to the coronavirus pandemic, the volume of trade between the two countries remained constant: in 2021, trade between Kazakhstan and the Czech Republic amounted to $260.0 million, which it was. As a result, exports from Kazakhstan increased by 16.9%.

Today the Kazakh economy is interested in innovative and new industries, nanotechnology, renewable energy sources, engineering from the Czech Republic, as well as cooperation in the field of agriculture, which constitutes an important part of the volume of trade between the two countries.

Another impetus to the development of cooperation, including trade and tourism, will be given by the opening of regular flights between Kazakhstan and the Czech Republic from June 12, 2022 (the Aktau – Prague flight will be operated by Fly Aristan).

With the aim of the next Czech presidency of the European Union in the second half of 2022, Roman Vasylenko and Miloslav Staszyk discussed promising areas of cooperation in the form of Kazakhstan and the European Union. They expressed special interest in energy security, which is one of the top priorities of the Czech delegation at the head of the European Union.

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He stated that the Czech Republic already covers a third of its oil needs with supplies from Kazakhstan, so issues of ensuring the stability of these supplies in the future were discussed against the background of the difficult geopolitical situation in Eurasia.

During his visit to Prague, Roman Vasylenko also met with Rudolf Gendrak, Director of the International Department of the Office of the President (Presidential Administration) of the Czech Republic. The two sides exchanged views on current issues on the regional and international agenda.

The Deputy Minister informed the Czech partners in detail about the ongoing large-scale political, social and economic reforms in the country, which were proposed by the President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.

Noting the high level of bilateral relations achieved during the years of partnership, the progressive nature of their further development, Czech diplomats expressed their support for a new direction of political reforms in the country aimed at building a “new Kazakhstan”.

At the end of the visit, Roman Vasilenko gave an interview to the Czech Federal Television – Television – and a number of other media. Czech journalists were very interested in issues related to Kazakhstan’s position on the situation in Ukraine, its interaction with the Czech Republic and the European Union, as well as the upcoming June 5 national referendum on changes to the Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan.