Kazakhstan • 21 February, 2020

Honorary Consulate of Kazakhstan opened in Kharkiv

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The Grand opening of the Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Kazakhstan was held in Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Emin Najafli, a Kharkiv businessman, a well-known lawyer with extensive practical experience and a philanthropist was appointed head of the institution.

Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Ukraine Samat Ordabayev noted the important role of the Honorary Consulate in the development of Kazakh-Ukrainian relations in all areas of cooperation. Special emphasis is placed on promoting the interests of Kazakhstan, developing trade and economic cooperation between the countries, and protecting the rights and interests of citizens and legal entities of our country.

It should be noted that the Eastern region of Ukraine has a strong economic, scientific and cultural potential. The region has developed chemical, fuel and energy, food and light industry, mechanical engineering, and production of building materials. At the same time, the agro-industrial complex is developing very dynamically in the Kharkiv, Poltava and Sumy regions.

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