Kazakhstan, India have tremendous economic scope: Envoy

Kazakhstan and India have "tremendous scope" for the bilateral cooperation, especially in nuclear energy and other natural resources sectors such as oil and minerals, the Kazakhstan envoy said on Tuesday.

Doulat Kuanyshev, Kazakhstan Ambassador to India, said the potential for bilateral cooperation is enormous and the current state of this cooperation is "well behind our capabilities and aspirations."
 "This needs to be accelerated and strengthened further," he said after calling on Punjab Governor Shivraj V Patil at the Raj Bhavan here.

Delving on various issues, Patil said India enjoys mature bilateral relations and strong socio-cultural linkages with Kazakhstan.

He emphasised the need for further strengthening economic and trade ties through vibrant partnership and joint ventures in different fields of activity.

Patil said that there was a major scope to further expand business cooperation in the field of agriculture produce.

He said greater people-to-people exchanges would help the two countries experience to share their experience and expertises in the area of agriculture.

Punjab has achieved a major breakthrough in the agriculture sector and allied fields and is emerging as a progressive and vibrant investment destination, Patil said.

He suggested strengthening partnerships in agri-related ventures especially food processing which has a major scope for collaboration.

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