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The Council of heads of EurAsEC countries to consider Kyrgyzstan's proposals on development of co-operation with Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Azerbaijan

19 December 2011

http://www.24.kg of 12/19/2011 - The Council of heads of EurAsEC countries will consider Kyrgyzstan's proposals on development of co-operation with Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Azerbaijan. The respective issue is on agenda of the meeting which is taking place in the Russian capital today.

As 24.kg news agency managed to know, in case with Azerbaijan the matter is possibility of supply of jet fuel and other oil products to Kyrgyzstan. Kazakhstan will be offered to increase supplies of natural uranium concentrates up to 3 thousand tons through subsidiary production units of Kazatoprom NAK for processing at Kara-Balta ore mining industrial complex in 2012. Besides, issues on opening of coproduction of special products of NK Kazakhstan Engineering JSC with defence industry enterprises and on supply of tractor trailers from Kazakhstan to Kyrgyzstan will be raised.

In case with Russia, Kyrgyzstan will suggest signing intergovernmental agreement on development of cooperation in the sphere of electrical energy industry. In particular, the matter is construction of Kambarata-1 hydropower plant and four power plants of Upper-Naryn cascade. It will be offered to intensify cooperation in the military-industrial complex as well.

In case with Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan suggests raising an issue on not using restrictions over transit of products significant for Kyrgyz economy (oil products, raw material resources for needs of Mailuu-Suu electric-bulb plant and Kadamzhai stibial industrial complex).

As for all countries, Kyrgyzstan sees possibility of expansion of production of construction materials for the account of field development, opening joint ventures over processing fruits and vegetables, agriculture products and ventures on the basis of Worsted-Woolen Industrial Complex.