Polish businessmen ready to invest in Kazakhstan’s economy
Polish businessmen are ready to invest in the economy of Kazakhstan. This was stated by the participants of the round table on the main points of the President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s address to the people of Kazakhstan which was held in the Senate of the Polish Parliament. During the meeting organized by the Kazakh Embassy in Warsaw, the Polish parliamentarians, representatives of state bodies, NGOs, academia and businesses of this country were able to get acquainted with the priorities of further development of Kazakhstan's economy. Particular attention was drawn to the country's transit potential providing efficient access to the markets of the Eurasian Economic Union, China, Iran and the Central Asian countries.
Wladyslaw SERAFIN, PRESIDENT OF NATIONAL FARMERS UNION OF AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS, POLAND:
The main theses of President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s address to nation resonate with the directions of the development of the Polish economy very well, especially in the training of professionals in the agricultural sector. Poland could help Kazakhstan in improving the skills of rural entrepreneurs.
Tomasz MAKOWSKI, MEMBER OF SEJM, LOWER HOUSE OF POLISH PARLIAMENT:
The message is, in fact, another anti-crisis plan of your country in a difficult period for the world economy. After reviewing the plans of your President and the government to attract investments to the country, we believe that the Polish entrepreneurs could successfully invest in the economy of Kazakhstan and the transfer of our new technologies will help further diversification of the economy.