Tokayev urges to strengthen industrial integration at SEEC Forum

According to the leader of Kazakhstan, there was no ploughed field of activity in front of the EAEU Member States in industrial terms.

On October 14, President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev chaired the meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council (SEEC). The Prime Minister of Armenia, the leaders of Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Uzbekistan and Cuba and the Chairman of the EEC Board attended the international forum, the press office of Akorda reported.

Tokayev focused on deepening industrial cooperation among other deltas of urgent integration. Noting that this initiative was a priority of the chairmanship, he stressed that Kazakhstan was making efforts to promote it.

In this context, the President noted that the member states had approved a set of measures to implement the programme concept of industrial cooperation in key areas until 2025. Tokayev said joint projects with Russia in this vector had been launched in a systematic way. A number of major projects have been implemented in the past two years. These are the new facilities projected jointly with Lukoil, KAMAZ, Tatneft and other constituent entities of the Russian Federation.

Taking this information as an example, the President of Kazakhstan emphasised that the potential for cooperation within the Union had not yet been fully implemented. There is a shortage of initiatives for modern and relevant projects. It would be therefore appropriate to instruct the governments to strengthen their efforts in this area of integration, the President summed up.

16 окт 2021, 08:14
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