General Manager of China Post Li Guohua met a delegation led by Kazakhstan Post President and CEO Saken Sasnov on June 12.
The two sides held extensive consultations on cross-border e-commerce, railway postal cooperation development strategies and other topics. They agreed to further strengthen friendly bilateral relations and cooperation, and they signed a Bilateral International E-Packet Cooperation Agreement between China Postal Express and Logistics and Kazakhstan Post.
China Post Deputy General Manager and President of China Postal Express and Logistics Li Xiong also attended the event and signed the agreement.
Li Guohua extended a warm welcome to Saken Sasnov. He pointed out that China and Kazakhstan, have been enjoying long-term friendship and the business trade and cultural exchanges between the two countries have been strengthen.
“The Belt and Road Initiative provides more powerful support for the two countries’ cooperation. China Post and Kazakhstan Post have a solid foundation for cooperation, especially in cross-border e-commerce. The two parties can vigorously develop e-commerce delivery services,” said Li Guohua.
He expressed confidence in bilateral mutually beneficial cooperation. “As long as the two sides adhere to the silk-road spirit of mutual benefit and win-win results, we will usher in bright prospects for cooperation,” Li Guohua added.
Saken Sasnov thanked Li Guohua for his warm reception and agreed with Li's views and suggestions. He pointed out that Kazakhstan and China are comprehensive strategic partners, and expressed his willingness to deepen cooperation with China Post in cross-border e-commerce, railway mail, mail transfers in Europe and Russia as well as expanding present bilateral business.
“Driven by the Belt and Road Initiative, Kazakhstan Post will actively promote bilateral cooperation in various fields, promoting sustainable development of the two sides,” Saken Sasnov noted.
The two parties also exchanged views on the international parcel business, information exchanges, land mail transport and other business cooperation issues.