The Department for International Trade (DIT) helps UK companies involved in the mining and construction equipment sectors export overseas.
UK companies deliver solutions across the mining lifecycle, from initial scoping studies through all phases of feasibility and detailed mine design, and ultimately construction and operation.https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-international-trade
The Ministry for Investment and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan is a state authority of the Republic of Kazakhstan leading in the sphere of industry and industry-innovation development, scientific-technical country development, mining-metallurgic complex, development of local content, machine building, chemical, pharmaceutical and medical industry, light, wood-working and furniture industry, construction industry and production of construction materials; machines and equipment safety and safety of chemical products in accordance with field direction; state innovation policy and policy of investments support, creating a favorable investment climate; creating, functioning and abolishment of special economic zones; export control; technical regulation and measuring unity support; mineral resources, except from hydrocarbon crude; state geological study, reproduction of mineral-raw materials base, rational and complex subsurface use, state management of subsurface use in parts of groundwater and therapeutic muds, hard commercial minerals, except from uranium and coal; energy saving and increasing of energy effectiveness of the tourist activity, realization of state policy of investment support; in the spheres of railway, automobile, internal water transport, trade sailing, in the field of use of air space of the Republic of Kazakhstan and activity of civil and experimental aviation, auto roads; industry safety; communication, informatization and «E-government», information; space activity.http://mid.gov.kz/
Dedicated to promoting relations between the United Kingdom and Kazakhstan
Our mission: To engage the management of quality mid-cap companies in discussion and debate to help improve industry practice, drive growth, answer the questions that matter and help their companies reach their potential.
Industry influencer: Strictly by invitation only, we welcome members who want to collaborate with their peers and drive their sector forward. Our invitation-only events attract high quality delegates, primarily of professional investors, board level executives, senior advisors, thought leaders and government. We are passionate about connecting the individuals who buy, build and bankroll successful projects in the mining & metals and oil & gas industries.https://naturalresourcesforum.com/about-us/
The Westminster Russia Forum (WRF) is a UK based members not-for profit members’ forum and think tank that was founded in 2012 to promote a greater cultural, commercial and political understanding between the UK and Russian Federation. The WRF’s membership is drawn from both the UK and Russia as well as the Former Soviet Union and we regularly organise networking events with a wide range of high level speakers from across the cultural, political and commercial fields.
The aim of the Westminster Russia Forum is to allow for a free and open forum for discussion, with speakers ranging from serving UK Government Ministers, senior Russian diplomats, and leading UK & Russian business/cultural leaders.
The WRF also provides a unique networking platform for all those with a keen interest in Russian history, politics, business and the arts as well as maintaining and promoting healthy relations between the United Kingdom & Russian Federation.
About our political links – we were founded as Conservative Friends of Russia but now have sound links with ALL UK parties – from UKIP and the SNP to the Lib Dems, Conservatives and Labour we work with all parties to further dialogue without bias. We have worked with leading security think tanks and MP’s to business and embassies – whilst many think tanks have an axe to grind and bias to prove we do not. Our aim is dialogue and dialogue alone!
In short our goal is to promote equitable and neutral relations and to further commercial, political and cultural dialogue between our two countries without bias…http://westminster-russia.org.uk/