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Kazakhstan and China expand cooperation in the geological sector

by November 23, 2016 World Sports

On behalf of the Ministry for Investment and Development of Kazakhstan, the Kazakh delegation was headed by Chairman of the Committee for Geology and Subsoil Use Bazarbay Nurabayev and head of higher educational institutions of the country – the director of the Institute of Geological Sciences named after K. Satpayev, Murat Omirserikov.

Peoples Republic of China was represented by the heads of Ministry of Land and Resources, First Secretary of the Department of Asia and Europe, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, members of the party group of geological exploration of the PRC, the Party secretary and deputy chairman of the Geological Academy of Sciences and researchers of China geological departments.

Cao Weixing, Vice Minister of Land and Resources of China delivered a welcome speech at the opening ceremony. He thanked the Kazakh delegation for their active participation in the event, and using, the case, I congratulated the Republic of Kazakhstan on the 25th anniversary of Independence of the country and wish success and prosperity of the Kazakh people. The Minister stressed the importance of bilateral cooperation between the geological services of the two countries and strengthening the work on the exchange of geological information within the region under study with the aim of creating a single geological map.

Chairman of the Committee for Geology and Subsoil Use of the Ministry of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan B. Nurabayev thanked the colleagues from the People’s Republic of China for organizing this event.

The agenda of the 8th meeting dealt with important issues of bilateral cooperation in the geological sector, such as information on the status of the Kazakh-Chinese Cooperation Committee; the project on drawing up a single card along the border between Kazakhstan and China to analyze and identify promising sites, the problem questions on implementation of the project were discussed.

Source: The Prime Minister of Kazakhstan