Islamabad, 10 March 2023 (TDI): Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Pakistan, Yerzhan Kistafin, met with Dr. Asad Majeed Khan, Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary, to review their bilateral relations’ current status and upcoming events.

The two diplomats acknowledged their satisfaction with the beneficial interactions between their countries. They discussed a range of bilateral agendas. They reiterated their dedication to strengthening mutual relations.

Both officials discussed forthcoming high-level meetings, cultural exchanges, economic collaboration, and upcoming events.

They committed to ensuring the success of these events as well as advancing communication and cooperation between the two nations.

The countries’ spokespeople emphasized the necessity of increased trade, investment, and energy cooperation between Kazakhstan and Pakistan.

They affirmed research of joint ventures, technology transfers, and investment opportunities in various economic sectors.

The diplomats recognized the significance of education, cultural harmony, and interpersonal interactions in fostering intercultural awareness and strengthening ties between the two countries.

They pledged to strengthen cooperation in these areas and look into potential new areas of collaboration.

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The meeting between Ambassador Kistafin and Dr. Khan highlighted the importance of maintaining positive momentum in their association. The discussion serves as a reminder of the value of diplomacy in fostering international relations.

Kazakhstan has sought to strengthen ties with Pakistan in recent years, recognizing its strategic importance in the region.

The two nations have signed numerous trade, energy, and defense agreements. Kazakhstan is preparing for its upcoming elections. Its foreign policy aims to remain the same.

The country will continue to develop strong ties with its neighbors, notably Pakistan, to advance economic and political cooperation. Kazakhstan reaffirms its commitment to regional stability and cooperation.