An exhibit on the city management of Astana, the capital city of Kazakhstan, is being kept in Bangkok up until February 12, 2023. The occasion is arranged to commemorate the 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties in between Kazakhstan and Thailand.
Bangkok Deputy Guv Tavida Kamolvej commanded the opening of the exhibit at the Bangkok City Library on Tuesday together with Astana’s deputy mayor Nurlan Nurkenov and Kazakh ambassador to Thailand Arman Issetov. The occasion was likewise participated in by Astana’s Deputy Mayor Yerlan Bekmurzayev through an online video link from Astana.
The exhibit highlights Astana’s city management, consisting of tourist and culture, along with smart-city functions that supply insights and experience exchanges in between Bangkok and Astana. It looks for to enhance relationships in between the 2 cities by gaining from each other’s strengths and imperfections, enabling both sides to grow together in a sustainable way.
The Bangkok deputy guv highlights the BMA’s policy to turn into a really sustainable and habitable city, keeping in mind that the objective is challenging due to variety and different problems, including the Thai capital can gain from Astana’s city management, significantly its wise city and wise traffic system elements.
Deputy Mayor Bekmurzayev, on the other hand, revealed hope that both cities will continue to establish their relationships and find out more about each other’s cultures.
Bangkok and Astana have actually had relations considering that June 11, 2004, when agents from both cities signed a bilateral cooperation arrangement on different locations. Trade volume in between the 2 cities stood at around 8.54 billion baht each year while over 50,000 travelers took a trip in between both cities every year prior to the Covid-19 break out. ( NNT)