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Bridging East & West, Russia’s Buddy Kazakhstan Key Player To Boost Global Trade Via ‘Middle Corridor’

Bridging East & West, Russia’s Buddy Kazakhstan Key Player To Boost Global Trade Via ‘Middle Corridor’
The European Union and Kazakhstan have been partners since the implosion of the Soviet Union in 1991. The two sides signed an Enhancement Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (EPCA) in 2015, which cemented their bilateral relations. The agreement enables Kazakhstan to receive financial and technical assistance from the EU through the European Instrument for Democracy and Human […]

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The European Union and Kazakhstan have been partners since 1991, with a bilateral agreement signed in 2015. The EU has provided financial and technical assistance to Kazakhstan through various programs. The Trans-Caspian International Transport Route, a cheaper and more sustainable option for global trade, was launched by the European Commission and Kazakhstan. The corridor aims to improve safety and sustainability, and connect Europe and Asia in 15 days or less. The EU has announced a 10 billion euro investment in the project, with other countries expressing interest in joining. This initiative has the potential to improve the standard of living for those connected to it.

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