Pak-Kazakhstan agree to sign transit trade agreement: Ambassador Yerzhan


Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Pakistan Yerzhan Kistafin said a transit trade agreement between Pakistan and Kazakhstan is expected to be signed soon to accelerate the bilateral trade.

Ambassador as Chief Guest in a seminar organized by ‘Pakistan in the World’ in collaboration with the Centre of Pakistan and International Relations (COPAIR), said that air, railway and road links are very important for regional economic connectivity, for which a lot of progress has been made in both countries.

The Ambassador said that Kazakhstan’s national airline SCAT will start its operations to major cities of Pakistan including Islamabad and Karachi from January 2023, said a news release.

The Ambassador of Kazakhstan said that direct flights between the two countries will strengthen mutual economic and trade relations, along with the possibility of improvement in bilateral tourism.—APP

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