The 13th meeting of the Kazakh-Indian Intergovernmental Commission (IGC) on trade and economic, scientific, technical, industrial and cultural cooperation was completed recently in Astana, Kazalkstan.
The protocol of the meeting were signed on the Kazakh side by the Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan Kanat Bozumbayev, and on the Indian side by the Minister of Oil and Natural Gas of the Republic of India Dharmendra Pradhan. This document defines the strategy for the development of cooperation between the two countries for 2017-2019.
The sides noted the progress in the agreements reached at the 12th IGC meeting held in New Delhi on 16-17 June 2015. The sides discussed various ideas and proposals for further strengthening of mutual cooperation.
Kanat Bozumbayev thanked the commission members and experts for effective work, noted that “a fruitful meeting, constructive discussions were held and negotiations on cooperation in the most diverse spheres of life will continue.” Read More…
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