ArmInfo. Following the results of the seventh meeting of the Armenian-Kazakh intergovernmental commission, a protocol was signed. Co-chairmen of the commission put their signature on the document: from Armenia - Minister of Economic Development and Investments Suren Karayan, from Kazakhstan - Minister of Investments and Development Zhenis Kasimbek.
According to the press service of the RA Ministry of Economic Development and Investments, the co- chairs also held a separate conversation, during which the prospects for cooperation were discussed. They stressed the need to stimulate cooperation in promising areas. The interlocutors noted with satisfaction that following the results of the previous meeting of the intergovernmental commission, certain work was continued to develop the Armenian-Kazakh trade and economic relations. The protocol recorded the readiness of the parties to continue the process of development of trade and economic cooperation, including by exchanging information on the name of goods produced in Armenia and Kazakhstan intended for export supplies. The Armenian side informed about the GSP + preferential systems provided by the European Union, American, Canadian, Japanese, Norwegian and Swiss GSP systems, which can significantly contribute both to the growth of trade turnover between Armenia and Kazakhstan, as well as to the expansion of names of export-spoiled goods.
An agreement was reached on organizing the pavilion "Armenia - Jewelry House" in Astana and in Almaty. In addition, an agreement was reached on rendering assistance to the companies of the two states for their participation in exhibitions both in Armenia and in Kazakhstan.
The sides agreed to establish ties between the regions of Armenia and the akimats of Kazakhstan.
The next meeting of the Armenian-Kazakh intergovernmental commission will be held in 2018 in Astana.