Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Prioritizes Development of Transport

Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Prioritizes Development of Transport

15 August 2017 8587

Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakhytzhan Sagintayev during his speech at the exhibition Made in Belarus Astana, where SkyWay transport is represented, mentioned the development of transport among the priority directions. In particular, he said, “I see a great potential for our trade and economic cooperation in three main directions: increase of trade, investment cooperation and development of transport and logistics infrastructure.”

SkyWay transport has taken the central place in the report of TV Company “Khabar 24” about the exhibition.

The major Internet portal in Belarus TUT.BY emphasizes in a review article on the exhibition (in Russian) that it was planned initially to hold the exhibition Made in Belarus for business partners, however, ordinary consumers came to the pavilion. The SkyWay display stand became one of the places of particular attention and constant inflow of guests. Economic relations between Kazakhstan and Belarus are developing: today 250 joint ventures are functioning and, judging by the dynamics of the relations, it is only the beginning.

Let us remind that more than 70 companies, above 150 technical developments and hundreds of consumer products are shown at the exhibition Made in Belarus Astana that is held on 13-15 August. The exhibition is the most extensive exhibiting event of Belarus in Kazakhstan. The people of Kazakhstan are known for their activity in support of Yunitskiy’s SkyWay transport. In June, the residents of Astana appealed to the local akim (mayor) with a request to implement SkyWay transport in the city.


Viacheslav Evtukh

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