The Commissioner of the International Specialized Exhibition EXPO-2017 Rapil Zhoshybayev is expected to arrive in Bucharest to discuss the Romanian participation at this event.
Romania’s participation at EXPO -2017 will give a new impetus to the partnership between the two countries, that have an excellent cooperation in the energy field.
Romania ‘s participation with a national pavilion at the Future Energy Expo 2017 international exhibition to be hosted by Astana, Kazakhstan, June 10 – September 10, 2017, was announced by the Romanian Government in a press statement last September.
“Romania’s participation in the exposition is an opportunity to advance Romania’s interests subsumed to the future energy theme. Trade promotion actions will be conducted to present the country’s domestic supply of products and services as well as internal tourism and national traditions and culture, while direct opportunities will be secured for boosting economic exhales using this promotion vector for Romanian companies,” the statement reads.
“Romania’s Foreign Ministry is authorised to derive revenue from leasing out spaces for commercial activities, with the chased money to be fully paid into the national budget.
The Government’s representation related to the organisation and conduct of Romania’s participation in the event is provided by the commissioner of the Romanian Section, one secretary of state or undersecretary of state with the Ministry of Economy, Commerce and Relations with the Business Environment, the Energy Ministry, the Culture Ministry and the Ministry of National Education and Scientific Research.
Conducting the actions to prepare Romania’s participation in the exposition and to coordinate activities there is the World Exposition Project Unit with MAE,” says the Government release.
The tickets for EXPO 2017 can be bough online: https://tickets.expo2017astana.com/en
On the eve of EXPO 2017 in Astana, citizens of 45 countries, Romania included, enjoy visa-free entry in Kazakhstan
On the eve of EXPO 2017 in Astana (expected to attract over 5 million visitors) and Winter Universiade 2017 in Almaty, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan continued to work on further visa facilitation and efficiency of migration control and security in order to create the most favorable conditions for the stay of foreign guests and attracting investors.
Starting from 1 January 2017, Romanians and other citizens of 44 countries (members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the European Union (EU), as well as Malaysia, Monaco, Singapore and United Arab Emirates) will enjoy visa-free entry to Kazakhstan for up to 30 days from the date of entry to the country.
Commenting on the adoption of new visa rules for foreign citizens, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan emphasized that the new rules aim at creating a comfortable, transparent and favorable visa regime for foreign citizens visiting Kazakhstan, and at improving the investment climate in the country aimed at attracting foreign investments as well as increasing private and business trips to Kazakhstan.