Kazakhstan to host single country exhibition for Pakistan


Kazakhstan plans to host a single-country exhibition for Pakistani merchandise traders in May to help them showcase and market their products.

This was stated by Kazakhstan Ambassador Yerzhan Kistafin during his visits to Rawalpindi and Islamabad Chambers of Commerce and Industries, reported WealthPK.

A 10-member delegation comprising Kazakh businessmen headed by Daniyar Kalimbetov also accompanied the envoy. The trade and business leaders represented multiple sectors, including construction, education, food, health and pharmaceuticals.

Addressing the business community, Yerzhan Kistafin said Central Asia was emerging as a trade hub, and Pakistan and Kazakhstan should not only build on their diplomatic bonds but also enhance trade relations.

He said trade would positively benefit the economies of both countries.

Mr. Kistafin said, “Private sector can play a vital role in strengthening bilateral trade links,” adding Kazakhstan was interested in establishing a business council with representation from Pakistani business forums.

According to the Kazakh envoy, both the countries have the potential to increase multi-sectoral trade to at least $100 million.


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