Rwanda’s envoy to Turkey Williams Nkurunziza on Tuesday met with members of Kazakhstan chamber of commerce to court them with investment opportunities in Rwanda.
The Kazakh chamber of commerce ‘Atameken’ founded in 2014 is rigorously dealing in Exports, investments, trade development and Technology transfer.
The Rwandan envoy flew to Almaty city in Kazakhstan where he met with members of ‘Atameken’.
Rwanda badly needs to increase its foreign direct investments and expand its exports to new markets and Kazakhstan is a viable destination.
Kazakhstan main export commodities included oil and oil products constituting 59% of total exports, ferrous metals (19%), Chemicals (5%), and machinery (3%). Other export products include coal, wool, grain, and coal.
For Rwanda which is looking forward to growing its industrial sector may consider exploring deals in Kazakhstan manufactured machinery, chemicals and other products for industrial use.
Kazakhstan export commodities rake in more than $45.37 billion compared to total imports of 3832.90 USD Million.
Rwanda mainly exports coffee, Tea, and mineral ores such as Nioium, tantalum, Vanadium, Zirconium, Tin and Tungestine.
Nkurunziza is Ambassador Extra-ordinary & Plenipotentiary of Rwanda to Turkey with concurrent accreditation to the Kingdom of Jordan, Republic of Lebanon, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan.
The Express News