H.E. Mr. Mohammad Farhad Azimi, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to the Republic of Kazakhstan Meet with Mr. Dauren Kaliaskarov, Managing Director of Food Contract Corporation in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Mr. Kaliaskarov welcomed H.E. Ambassador of Afghanistan being accompanied by Mr. Khushhal Farahi, the second Secretary of Embassy in the meeting.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan while appreciating Mr. Kaliaskarov discussed about the volume of Kazakhstan’s exports to the Afghanistan with a business turnover of more than 1 billion USD. H.E. Azimi discussing of Sustainable cooperation of the Kazakhstan government in different sectors of Afghanistan deeply appreciated their support while pointing out that Islamic Republic of Afghanistan taking into account the 2019 foreign policy of Kazakhstan’s government is ready to boost its exports to the Market of Kazakhstan with globally accepted quality.

Afterwards, H.E. Mr. Azimi discussed the demand of government of Afghanistan purposing to buy wheat and signing a four years bilateral agreement on the subject matter. Additionally, H.E. Mr. Azimi  stated that the government wants to enter into the agreement in order to have a fair and justifiable negotiated price and on time delivery by the corporation. In the same token, Mr. Kaliaskarov welcomed the proposal adding up the corporation already has bilateral agreement on trade of wheat with few Afghan businesspersons.

Mr. Kaliaskarov discussing of the bilateral cooperation, stated that Afghan government can increase the level of investment in this sector and we are ready to assist you in the process of buying, preserving and delivering the wheats to you.

Thus, Mr. Kaliaskarov purposed to discuss the issue with Organization of Food Security on behalf of the government of Afghanistan to discuss granting loan for the Afghan government in order to buy the wheats.

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