India ready to become partner of Kazakhstan in the implementation of Nurly Zhol policy - Paramjit S. Sahai

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ASTANA. KAZINFORM - In his address to the nation in November 2014 President Nursultan Nazarbayev introduced the new economic policy of Kazakhstan "Nurly Zhol - The path to the future" to encourage foreign investments and manufacturing to strengthen the pillars of the Kazakh economy, said a well-known diplomat, politician and scholar of India Paramjit S. Sahai.

According to his words, the concept is designed to help Kazakhstan to remain integrated into the global economy. The new economic policy is focused on structural reforms, as well as search and allocation of funds for the development of both physical and social infrastructure. "The post-Soviet period was successful for Kazakhstan. India was the first country visited by President Nazarbayev in February 1992, and I was glad to participate in the ceremonies of signing the agreements. India-Kazakhstan relations have good foundation, which helped in the promotion of ties in energy, health and education", stressed Paramjit S. Sahai. Kazakhstan is a strategic partner of India and, as noted by S. Sahai, his country is ready to become an important partner of Kazakhstan in the implementation of plant under the Nurly Zhol policy.

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