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Astana, Kazakhstan • 01 July 2022

Honorary Consulate of Kazakhstan Opens in Naples

Head of Italian company SCN appointed as Honorary Consul

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The Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Kazakhstan was opened in the city of Naples with Valentina Mazza, head of the Italian company "SCN", appointed as the Honorary Consul of Kazakhstan. The opening ceremony took place with the participation of the Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the Italy Yerbolat Sembayev, Delovoy Kazakhstan reports.

Promotion of bilateral cooperation

In his speech, the Ambassador of Kazakhstan noted the symbolism of the event on the eve of the 30th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Kazakhstan and Italy. He also stressed that the opening of the Honorary Consulate is an indicator of the political will of both countries to expand the bilateral agenda, particularly in trade, investment and humanitarian areas.

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The Kazakh diplomat expressed confidence that the Honorary Consulate in Naples, which is the third-largest city in Italy with a population of over one million people and is known for its developed tourism and transport and logistics infrastructure, will promote cooperation between Kazakhstan and Italy.

In turn, Mazza thanked the Government of Kazakhstan for the trust and outlined the potential areas of cooperation between the two countries. During the speech, she called Italian businessmen to communicate with the Honorary Consulate for the establishment of business contacts with Kazakhstani counterparts and the implementation of joint projects.

The main function of the office is to establish economic, cultural and humanitarian relations of Kazakhstan with the region of Campania, as well as to assist in protecting the rights of Kazakhstani citizens.

The event was attended by the leadership of the city, and representatives of local media and business circles. Participants in the ceremony received information materials about the foreign policy and economic achievements of Kazakhstan, its political reforms and the attractiveness of the investment climate.

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