The credentials presented

Nov 28. Kazpravda

By Julia Mager

The credentials presentedIn Akorda, Kazakhstan Secretary of State Marat Tajin received credentials from the Ambassadors of Denmark, Uruguay, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Bangladesh, the Philippines, Zambia, Nigeria and Fiji.

The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Denmark in Kazakhstan is Thomas Winkler, the Eastern Republic of Uruguay — Anibal Cabral Segalerba, Bosnia and Herzegovina — Ivan Barbalić, Montenegro — Zoran Jocovic, Republic of Bangladesh — Mosud Mannan , Philippines — Erlinda Basilio, the Republic of Zambia — Frederick Shumba Hapunda, Republic of Nigeria — Alhaji Tukur Mani and the Republic of Fiji — Ravindran Robin Nair.

At the bilateral talks, the Kazakh Secretary of State and the diplomats discussed the condition and outlook for further development of bilateral relations. M. Tajin said in the globalization conditions, the development of cooperation in political, economic, trade, scientific, cultural and other fields meets the national interests of our states.

The parties were interested in expanding contacts in many areas, including in international and regional security, mutual investment and trade, alternative energy and agriculture, education, science, and tourism. The meetings outlined a new vector of Kazakhstan’s diplomatic initiatives aimed at the intensified cooperation in Africa and Latin America — the regions with great potential for development.

The Ambassadors shared their views on further expansion of cooperation between their countries and RK. Thus, the Ambassador of Zambia noted that Kazakhstan is a very important country for his state geographically and economically. He expressed hope for further development of bilateral relations, in particular, in the area of Kazakhstan’s investments.

Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina said there is a great potential for bilateral cooperation.  Danish Ambassador also noted that there is a good ground for interaction between the two countries, especially in trade and economic area, agricultural sector and «green» energy. In addition, he confirmed that his country is ready to cooperate with Kazakhstan to ensure peace and stability in Afghanistan and in the fight against terrorism.

Nigerian Ambassador said that his country has close relations with Kazakhstan and expressed hope that the business communities of the two states will establish mutually beneficial cooperation in many areas. The Ambassadors of Uruguay, Montenegro, the Philippine, Bangladesh and Fiji promised to make every effort to deepen relations in economy, culture, education, and human contacts.