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Ukraine And Kazakhstan Officials Discuss Devloping Transport Links

Ukraine and Kazakhstan officials discuss devloping transport links

Vladislav Krikliy met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kazakhstan to Ukraine Darhan Kaletaev – May 6, 2020 Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Vladislav Krykliy held a working meeting with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Kazakhstan to Ukraine Darhan Kaletaev today, May 6, in Kiev. The parties discussed the state of affairs and prospects for further cooperation between Ukraine and Kazakhstan in
various infrastructure sectors, in particular in the directions of aviation, rail and sea transportation, as well as in the construction of modern roads. Vladislav Krykliy thanked the Kazakh side for assistance and comprehensive support in returning Ukrainian citizens from abroad, and expressed deep hopes for the resumption and strengthening of trade and economic ties between the two countries and the implementation of joint initiatives. It is about the “Silk Road Economic Belt” in the direction of China-Kazakhstan-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Ukraine-Europe, using the Black Sea and Caspian seas, as well as the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route (TMTM). Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Darhan Kaletaev emphasized the need to continue friendly relations between the two countries and the importance of restoring trade and economic ties in full. Among possible ways to improve cooperation, the Kazakh side sees the development of transport logistics, road infrastructure and the introduction of electronic document management in freight. The parties also combined experience in organizing the safe operation of various modes of transport in a pandemic. Source: Government of Ukraine

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