EU concludes strategic partnership with Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan and the European Union have concluded a Memorandum of Understanding on strategic partnership in the field of sustainable raw materials, batteries and green hydrogen value chains. The document was signed by Kazakh Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov and President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen during the Summit of World Leaders of the Global Climate Change Conference in Egypt. Smailov noted that this collaboration will help to establish financial and technological cooperation between Kazakhstan and the EU industrial alliances. The parties expressed their readiness to work on strengthening the integration of joint strategic production chains, as well as on expanding investment partnerships and cooperation in the field of education.

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