During the Berlin Global Dialogue forum, Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe engaged in discussions with President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev of the Republic of Kazakhstan. President Tokayev highlighted the robust partnership between the two nations, characterized by mutual support and meaningful political dialogue.
Emphasizing the untapped potential in trade and investment ties, President Tokayev called for effective government-level measures to unlock this potential. He also stressed the importance of simplifying visa requirements and establishing regular direct flights between Sri Lanka and Kazakhstan to enhance connectivity.
The leaders explored various aspects of collaboration within international organizations, including their involvement at the United Nations. President Tokayev extended an invitation to President Wickremesinghe to participate in the Astana International Forum scheduled for 2024, further cementing diplomatic ties between the two nations.