The governments of the UAE and Kazakhstan signed a joint declaration to mutually develop projects in priority industries.
The primary agreement was signed between His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, and Askar Mamin, the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan.
Officials from both countries and their delegation met at Qasr Al Watan for the signing and to discuss a range of issues of interest to both countries.
Multiple agreements were signed between heads of the economic, climate, finance, and markets to pursue and achieve joint goals.
They signed on a commemorative postage stamp, co-produced by the Emirates Post and Kazakhstan Post, to mark the Golden Jubilee of the establishment of the UAE and the 30th Anniversary of the Independence of Kazakhstan.
The Joint Declaration was signed by Minister of State Ahmed bin Ali Al Sayegh and Kazakh Minister of National Economy Aset Irgaliyev.
Suite of Agreements
An MoU between the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment was also signed by Minister of State Ahmed Sayegh and Kazakh Minister of Agriculture Yerbol Karashukeyev.
Another MoU involving Abu Dhabi Global Market and Astana International Financial Centre was signed by Dhaher Bin Dhaher, CEO of Registration Authority at Abu Dhabi Global Market and Yernur Rysmagambetov, the Chief Executive Officer at Astana International Financial Centre.
Abdullah Mohamed Al Ashram, the CEO of Emirates Post, and Serik Saudabayev, Chair of Management Board of Kazpost, also signed an agreement on issuing a joint post stamp commemorating the 50th anniversary of the UAE and 30th anniversary of the Independence of Kazakhstan.
Saeed Hamad Obaid Al Dhaheri, Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange and Renat Bekturov, Chief Executive Officer of the Astana International Exchange signed another MoU between ADX and AIX.