Kazakhstan ready to serve as hub for advancing Eurasian industrial cooperation
President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has addressed the leaders of the EAEU countries, expressing Kazakhstan's readiness to serve as a hub for advancing Eurasian industrial cooperation, media reports.
The President stressed the importance of maintaining a constructive dialogue with integration associations and countries with an economic interest in Kazakhstan, urging the Commission to speed up the completion of free trade zone agreements with nations such as the United Arab Emirates, India, Egypt, Indonesia, and Israel.
The head of state emphasized strengthening partnerships with international organizations such as the SCO, ASEAN, and MERCOSUR. He also shared that Kazakhstan is prepared to lead joint ventures to produce electric vehicles, agricultural equipment, building materials, and chemical products.
Furthermore, the President revealed that Kazakhstan is ready to engage in collaborative projects to develop ferrous and non-ferrous metal deposits and produce finished products.