Budapest to host 2nd session of Kazakh-Hungarian Intergovernmental Commission on economic cooperation
March 9. KAZINFORM. ASTANA
The Kazakh-Hungarian Intergovernmental Commission on economic cooperation will hold its second session in Budapest on March 9.
Within the framework of the session there are held effective consultations on topical issues of bilateral cooperation.
The Kazakh delegation, which includes representatives of the state bodies and organizations, is headed by Minister of Economy and Budget Planning Bakhyt Sultanov; the Ministry’s press service reports.
In accordance with the agenda there will be studied wide spectrum of priority issues: improvement of regulatory framework of bilateral cooperation, industrial-innovative and scientific interaction, partnership in the agriculture, transport, education, tourism and sport fields, development of small and medium businesses, interaction in the healthcare, pharmacy and energy spheres.
Besides, the issues of preparation and holding of the first session of the Kazakh-Hungarian Business Council will be considered.
Following up the results of the meeting there will be signed a protocol of the second session of the Kazakh-Hungarian Intergovernmental Commission on economic cooperation.