On May 10, in Ankara, the national company Kazakhstan Engineering and Turkish Aerospace signed a memorandum on military-technical cooperation.


Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Alikhan Smailov held talks with Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Abdullah Aripov in a video conference mode, primeminister.kz reports.


According to the press service of Kazakhstan Railways, the railway administrations of Kazakhstan and Turkey agreed to develop logistics services.


From May 8 to May 10, representatives of IT business and government agencies visited Turkey, where they discussed future joint projects and the development of cooperation.


According to the press service of the Accord, negotiations between Kassym-Jomart Tokayev and Recep Tayyip Erdogan with the participation of members of official delegations took place at the residence of the President of Turkey.


20 Kazakhstani companies in goods and service provision, food production, metallurgy, logistics, mechanical engineering, pharmaceuticals and chemical industry took part in the Kazakhstani trade-economic mission in Bishkek which wrapped up its work, Kazinform reports.


Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development Kairbek Uskenbayev said that out of the total pool of investment projects, the manufacturing industry accounts for 633 with an investment volume of 20.5 trillion tenge. There are 57 projects for the mining industry, agriculture and infrastructure development, with an investment volume of 1.3 trillion tenge, the correspondent of the Kapital.kz business information center reports.


By the beginning of this year, the installed capacity of facilities for the use of renewable energy sources (RES) in Kazakhstan amounted to 2 thousand MW, which is 23% more than at the beginning of last year (it was 1.6 thousand MW, the annual growth was 55.7% ).


Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Alikhan Smailov held a meeting with Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan Dastan Dyushekeev, the press service of the head of the Cabinet of Ministers of Kazakhstan reports.


According to the statement by Heydar Abdikarimov, Secretary General of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route Union (TITR), the Middle Corridor joint venture between Georgia, Azerbaijan, Turkey and Kazakhstan is under development and is expected to be officially ready in early or mid 2023.