Lima, Nov 27 (EFE) .- Kazakhstan recognizes that there are great possibilities to expand political and commercial ties with Peru, a "distant" country but with which it shares "values, principles and visions "on international issues and when it comes to taking advantage of what is offered" by the globalized world ". p>
This is how the Deputy Foreign Minister of the country expressed his opinion in Lima today Asian, Yerzhan Ashikbayev, in the framework of an official visit to the Peruvian capital aimed at developing "the great potential" that exists between both nations, either to exchange products or as members, as of January 1, the Security Council of the United Nations. p>
"We had excellent bilateral and political consultations on our future interaction in the Security Council, with the same approximations to the Council's agenda. the political solutions before the imposition, "the senior diplomat told Efe after leaving a meeting with authorities of the Peruvian Foreign Ministry. p>
Ashikbayev stressed that both his countries like Peru feel "equally responsible for the maintenance of peace and security in the world before the international community," in their role as "elected members" of the Council of Security of the UN and that's why they will now be "partners in the world". P>
Beyond this political character of his visit, the vice minister also came to Peru with the idea of launching a agenda with "more substance and pragmatic interest", something for which he saw "many opportunities". p>
"Peru is a promising market and is also a promising food exporter, or minerals in which Kazakhstan may be interested. who during his trip will also meet with officials of the Peruvian office of promotion of foreign trade, Promperú. p>
In particular, Ashikbayev pointed to possible fields of cooperation in the area of mining and agriculture, where "definitely with the biodiversity of Peru we see terrain for trade and investment". p>
"Both Peru and Kazakhstan they are economies that develop dynamically, with which they can build connections to reinforce each other in their growth (...) We are in the initial steps to develop business to business contacts. vice Minister.