Kazakhstan's development of diplomatic, trade and political cooperation with other countries
A proactive foreign policy will contribute to Kazakhstan’s successful modernization. In his State-of-the-Nation Address, Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev identified the need to continue maintaining and developing diplomatic, trade and political cooperation with other countries. According to a member of Mazhilis, the Lower House of the Kazakh Parliament Kudaibergen Yerzhan, Kazakhstan’s balanced relations with and the large market players contributed to the growth of Kazakhstan’s economy.
KUDAIBERGEN YERZHAN, MEMBER OF MAZHILIS, LOWER HOUSE OF KAZAKH PARLIAMENT:
- Our President and our hard-working people made all these achievements possible. Investors arriving in Kazakhstan have a lot of opportunities as there are investment guarantees which are supported by the policy of our country. These improvements allow us to achieve great accomplishments in our economy. We are improving labour and education in our country by attracting investors from developed countries.
Another important topic of the President’s address is a protection of business and support for industrial projects. For these purposes, the Head of State assigned to allocate money from the National Fund to the National Bank.
ALBERT RAU, MEMBER OF MAZHILIS, LOWER HOUSE OF KAZAKH PARLIAMENT:
- This year 110 projects will be launched. The President assigned to additionally allocate 600 billion Tenge for three years, which will be invested into industrial projects only.