Romania offers Kazakhstan to consider using terminals of port of Constanta
Astana, Kazakhstan, Jan. 27
By Daniyar Mukhtarov - Trend:
Romania proposed Kazakhstan to consider the use of terminals in the port of Constanta on the Black Sea, the Kazakh foreign ministry reported referring to the president of Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania Mihai Daraban.
"Kazakh ambassador to Romania Daulet Batrashev met with Daraban in Bucharest," the statement says. "The sides discussed the prospects of developing the trade-economic relations between Kazakhstan and Romania, as well as through the chambers of commerce and industry of the two countries."
The sides exchanged views on the economy of Kazakhstan and Romania, as well as the Central Asian and Eastern European regions. They stressed significant, but unfulfilled potential of bilateral economic relations, particularly, in the fields of tourism, agriculture, construction, transit-transport area and an increase in the trade turnover volume between Kazakhstan and Romania.
"Daraban expressed interest in strengthening and enhancing the bilateral contacts between the business circles of Kazakhstan and Romania," the statement says. "Romania's Chamber of Commerce and Industry includes about 630,000 members - representatives of medium and large businesses of the country. Moreover, he proposed to consider the possibility of Kazakhstan's using the terminals of the port of Constanta (cargo, oil and grain terminals)."
Following the talks, the entrepreneurs of the two countries agreed on the Chairman of the Board of the Kazakh Chamber of Commerce and Industry Sabyr Esimbekov's visit to Bucharest and holding a forum of business circles of Kazakhstan and Romania to establish direct contacts.
Edited by CN