Kazakhstan and Turkey have discussed the possibility of strengthening the cooperation in trade, economic, investment making, agricultural, cultural and humanitarian spheres, read a message from the Kazakh president's press service.
The discussions were held by Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbayev and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul.
Nazarbayev is on a visit to Turkey to take part in the 13th Summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
During the discussions, the parties pointed out the promising joint projects, the implementation of which can involve the small and medium business representatives from both countries, said the message.
Nazarbayev and Erdogan also reviewed the progress in implementation of the agreements reached during the Turkish president's visit to Kazakhstan in April 2015.
Kazakh president pointed out that leading Turkish companies and holdings can actively participate in implementation of the 'Nurly Zhol' program, as well as the industrial and innovative development programs in Kazakhstan.
Nazarbayev also highlighted Kazakhstan's transit and transportation potential, which can be effectively used for economic development of both countries.
Turkish president, for his part, underscored the necessity of strengthening the bilateral cooperation in order to achieve goals in a number of spheres.