Thursday, April 23, 2015

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​Kazakhstan plans to launch visa free regime for 16 states by summer

Kazakhstan plans to introduce visa free regime for 16 states, said Gulnar Kurbanbayeva, deputy chair figure of the board of the national business chamber. "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, NSC, the National Business chamber have developed and support the project on visa free regimes jointly with the Ministry on Investments and Development - it is continuation of that pilot project with 10 states. Their number will increase to 26," he said.
"Hopefully by summer we will have a new normative-legal act, which will open access to our state without visas," she added.
INC News, 23/04/2015 - via AK ZHAIK

Kazakhstan plans to create logistics terminals at Baltic Sea and Persian Gulf

Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (Kazakh railways) is considering the issue of logistics terminals construction at the Baltic Sea and the Persian Gulf, Kazinform reported.

"We are considering projects on construction of logistics terminals at the Baltic Sea and the Persian Gulf, which will allow connecting export centers and ensure access to the World Ocean," Vice-president of the company Bauyrzhan Urynbasarov said at the International Conference "Transport corridors of Eurasia: New ways of cooperation." 
Bauyrzhan Urynbasarov noted that Kazakhstan Temir Zholy is trying to adapt to the current market requirements. He stressed that the company is moving from providing purely rail services to a full range of multimodal transportation and logistics services.

The company integrates sea, air and road transportation, ports and airports infrastructure, as well as a network of terminals in a single structure working on the principle of 'one window'.

INC News, 23/04/2015 - via AK ZHAIK

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