Coal and smart meters: New agreements between Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan

More than 15 documents on cooperation were signed as a result of negotiations between the head of the Cabinet of Ministers Akylbek Japarov and the Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Abdulla Aripov. Press service of the Cabinet reported.

In particular, the parties adopted a plan of joint practical actions to implement the agreements reached during the state visit of Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Kyrgyzstan. A roadmap was also signed to promote priority projects and the protocol of the first meeting of the Uzbek-Kyrgyz working group on cooperation in the field of agriculture.

Dastan Transnational Corporation has signed an agreement with Toshelektroapparat JSC for the manufacture, assembly and production of smart meters. Kyrgyz Komur agreed with Uzkimeimpeks on the supply of coal for a total of $10 million.

The Department for Expertise of Agricultural Crops of Kyrgyzstan is going to cooperate with Agroservice Operator enterprise on the implementation of joint projects in the field of horticulture and fruit, berry crops. Memorandums have been concluded between the Department of Fisheries and the Research Institute of Fisheries, as well as between the Department of Organic Agriculture and the Research Institute for Quarantine and Plant Protection.

Investment agreements were signed between eight rural administrations of Kyrgyzstan and Baxodir Log`on Tekstil LLC on the development of land for growing crops. The total value of the contracts is estimated at $8 million. In addition, it is planned to develop yak breeding in At-Bashi district together with this company.

Vision Group and Mega Farm Service signed a memorandum on the implementation of a project to establish a joint pharmaceutical production in Kyrgyzstan. The contract value is $10 million.

Halmion Prom and Child Toys Corporation plan to implement a $3 million project and open a plant for the production of plastic pipes, plastic products and furniture in the Kyrgyz Republic. Tooke ZhT LLC (Batken region) trade and manufacturing enterprise SAYQAL signed a contract for joint work for $500,000.

Source: News Agency