India, Kazakhstan to strengthen bilateral ties via new development projects


According to reports, India and Kazakhstan have held discussions on various bilateral issues and prospects for cooperation and development in the transport sector.

A statement issued by the Embassy of Kazakhstan in New Delhi today, mentioned that a delegation of the Kazakhstan Temir Zholy led by its president Askar Mamin had called on both Shipping and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari and Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu, and had reached understandings and agreements designed to facilitate the movement of goods between the two countries.

The purpose of the visit and the interaction between the leaders and dignitaries was to determine the transport capacity between the two countries, and consider development of the North-South Corridor. Apart from this, the scope of forming an effective supply chain for trade flows between India and Kazakhstan was also discussed.