Austrians plan to build a natural park in Kazakhstan.
Austrians plan to build a natural park in Kazakhstan. This was told by a representative of the Austrian business community Peter Leschelle meeting with Kazakh entrepreneurs to discuss issues of joint investment. According to the speaker, there is a program of the EU to create a National Park in Kazakhstan on the example of Austria. In general, according to Leschelle, between Austria and Kazakhstan has many joint projects in the field of tourism.
"For many years, the foreign economic activities in Austria aims to establish business relations with Central Asia. And here, of course, Kazakhstan plays a central role. In recent years, Kazakhstan has improved its business climate. Kazakhstan has created a good environment for investment and business foreign companies. Therefore, between the two countries is enormous mutual business interest and great potential for its implementation. there are a number of cooperation projects for tourism projects. In Kazakhstan amazing nature and great potential for tourism development. Some of our projects involve conservation of Kazakhstan namely the creation of protected natural parks and tourist zones "- told Leschelle.
Besides the development of a project to create a natural park, Austrian specialists are working to train local staff in the tourism business. Negotiations with the Almaty schools to establish procedures for training in the field of tourism, together with the universities of Austria.
Specific dates to create a natural park in Kazakhstan interlocutor could not name, but noted that the project is very important for both countries. Leschelle also said that being discussed joint projects in the sphere of industrial development of bridge construction, recycling and waste disposal, health, and production of electrical engineering. Earlier media reported that the results of 2013 the trade turnover between Austria and Kazakhstan amounted to 1.7 billion euros. Austria is the sixth largest trade partner of Kazakhstan among non-CIS countries and third among EU countries in terms of trade.