Minister of Transport and Communications Serik Akhmetov of Kazakhstan

Akhmetov met with Igor Levitin, the Russian Transport Minister, on 25 October 2006.
Akhmetov is a common Kazakh, Tatar and Uzbek (Tatar Cyrillic: Әхмәтев, Latin: Äxmätev) surname.
988 billion) is required to develop motor-roads in Kazakhstan, Minister of Transport and Communication Serik Akhmetov has said.
Akhmetov said the two sides discussed the possibility of Kazakhstan taking part in the construction of a new oil refinery in Iran.
For this reason, Rachid and Akhmetov discussed the inception of the first ever direct commercial flight route between Egypt and Kazakhstan, as well as other ways to facilitate the movement of goods between the two countries, such as Kazakhstan’s intention to build a railroad which would link the country to the Mediterranean Sea via Turkey.
Kazakh Transportation and Communications Minister Serik Akhmetov said that Iran may build a petrochemical plant in Kazakhstan\'s Atyrau province.
Muratbek Makulbekov/ “Railway tariffs will grow stage-by-stage during the five years,” Transport and Communications Minister of Kazakhstan Serik Akhmetov said at the Governmental Hour in the Majilis of Kazakhstan’s Parliament today.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Serik Akhmetov had a talk after the 9th session of the Kazakh-Iranian Intergovernmental Commission for commercial and economic, scientific and technical, and cultural cooperation in Tehran.