The Head of the Foreign Policy Department of the Presidential Administration of Kyrgyzstan, Aizada Subakozhoeva, told journalists about purpose of Almazbek Atambayev’s visit to
According to her, state visit of the head of
At the moment, there is considered the possibility of launching a number of joint projects in the processing industry, the textile industry and the creation of logistics centers, taking into account the membership of Kyrgyzstan in the Eurasian Economic Union and the status GSP +, which provides access to the markets of the European Union.Aizada Subakozhoeva
During the visit, it is planned to hold a business forum «
The presidents will discuss cooperation in the field of transport and energy. As for the transport sphere, the parties are going to discuss the establishment of international road transportation with the participation of
As for cooperation in the energy sector, the subject of talks between the leaders of the two states will be the export of electricity from Kyrgyzstan to Uzbekistan and the joint construction of Kambarata HPP-1.
At the same time, Aizada Subakozhoeva stressed that it is not about any specific agreements so far. It’s just about intentions, all options are being studied.
"There are concrete developments following the September meeting of the two heads of state. The work of five checkpoints and border crossing points has been resumed, negotiations on water management facilities and on the remaining part of the state border have been launched.
Recently, 40 more kilometers of the border have been demarcated. Negotiations continue in accordance with the schedule, "Aizada Subakozhoeva stressed.
Within the framework of the visit, Almazbek Atambayev and Shavkat Mirziyoyev will exchange their ratification documents under the state border agreement, which was signed on September 5,
The parties will sign about 15 bilateral documents in the field of security, defense, combating economic crimes, the procedure for the implementation of customs operations in the movement of goods and cargo, the exchange of statistical data, cooperation between border areas and news agencies.