The current state of cooperation between Kazakhstan and India in the energy sector was assessed and discussed on the sidelines of the recently held 16th International Energy Forum here.
According to an Embassy of Kazakhstan release, a delegation from Kazakhstan, led by the Vice-Minister of Energy, M. Mirzagaliyev, held talks with the Indian delegation led by Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan with the assistance of Kazakhstan’s Ambassador to India Bulat Sarsenbayev and other embassy officials.
The embassy release said that the bilateral component of the talks focussed on “The future of global energy security – transition, technology, trade and investment”, as well as how both Kazakhstan and India could enhance their cooperation in the energy sector within the framework of the IEF and the Gas Exporting Countries Forum or GECF.
Meetings were also held with the Secretary General of the IEF, Dr. S. Xiansheng and the Secretary General of the GECF Y. Senturin.Read More
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