Stone laid for UAE mission in Kazakhstan capital

The compound consists of an embassy building, a consular building, and a residence for the head of mission

ASTANA: Dr Mohammad Ahmad Bin Sultan Al Jaber, UAE Ambassador to Kazakhstan, recently participated in laying the foundation stone of the UAE mission compound in Astana, in the presence of mission staff and military attaché and contractors.


The new compound is an extension of the distinguished relations of friendship between the UAE and Kazakhstan which will contribute to the continuation of constructive and fruitful cooperation between the two friendly countries, Dr Mohammad Al Jaber said.

The UAE mission in the Kazakhstan compound is located on 26,000 square metres of land, next to the most important landmarks in the city of Astana.

The compound consists of an embassy building, a consular building, as well as a residence for the head of the mission and a guesthouse with several services. The project reflects the UAE’s identity and values and highlights its rich culture derived from its heritage and future aspirations.

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