The head of the State Committee for Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use Duishenbek Zilaliev commented on the scandal that erupted around the Czech investor. He is sure that even if Liglass does not build hydropower stations,
According to the head of the committee, it is too early to draw conclusions about the Czech company. Duishenbek Zilaliev recalled that Liglass participated in a tender for small hydropower plants. And then the Czechs said that, in addition to small hydropower stations, they were ready to build the
«We had a number of requirements, including financial ones, for participation in the tender for small hydropower plants construction. They had to pay a contribution that was more than $ 1.2 million. They paid it, there were no problems. In addition, they paid 200,000 soms for a package of tender documentation for each section. As a result, they gave two million soms. This is a non-recurring amount. They also have a bank guarantee by a large European bank for a fairly large amount of money. I can not disclose the amount, because it is confidential information, and we must agree with them before disclosing it," Duishenbek Zilaliev said.
The head of the Committee has already contacted with representatives of Liglass and asked them to come and clarify the situation. Next Tuesday, the owner of Liglass will come to
«Look, even if they pay this money, and then terminate the contract, then we will not have to return the money. Under the contract, this money is a non-refundable sum," Duishenbek Zilaliev said.
Even if we assume the worst, and they do not pay anything, we still do not lose anything. We have no losses.Duishenbek Zilaliev
«We can terminate the contract unilaterally and announce a new tender. This is a lie that the contract with them was concluded only on the basis of one recommendation letter from the Office of the President of the