Dubai Chamber hosts Kazakhstan Export Briefing
“We see potential for increased cooperation between Dubai and Kazakhstan in several sectors, including infrastructure and logistics, tourism, real estate, construction, food and agriculture processing,” Atiq Nasib, senior vice president of commercial services at Dubai Chamber, said. “We look forward to exploring some of those new and exciting opportunities.”
The event was attended by Kairat Sharif, ambassador of Kazakhstan to the UAE; Sergey Karplyuk, deputy mayor of Kazakhstan’s Kostanay Region; and Askar Arynov, managing director at KAZNEX INVEST. Top executives from 20 leading Kazakh businesses were present as well.
“We are ready to establish new ties between our two countries and build on a trade relationship that began 25 years ago,” Sharif said. “We hope these negotiations will lay the foundation for closer relations and collaboration.”
Echoing Sharif’s sentiment, Karplyuk spoke about areas of possible cooperation between the regions.
“Kazakhstan and the Kostanay region offer many areas for mutual cooperation with UAE companies,” he said. “Our economy is diversified in agriculture and industry and we are looking for ways to further develop these sectors. This event is a very important step in exploring some of those opportunities with UAE businesses.”