A new representative of Kyrgyzstan to the Eurasian Economic Commission was appointed. Press service of the Eurasian Economic Commission reported.
According to it, Emil Kaykiev became the Minister of Energy and Infrastructure. On February 20, he took up his duties. The new minister represents Kyrgyzstan in EEC. He replaced Adamkul Zhunusov, who worked in the commission as the Minister for Energy and Infrastructure from the moment of Kyrgyzstan’s accession to the Eurasian Economic Union.
Prior to his appointment to EEC, Emil Kaykiev worked as the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. He was relieved of his duties the day before.
The EEC Board consists of ten members. Two people represent each country of the union. In addition to Emil Kaykiev, the commission also includes Mukay Kadyrkulov, who is the Minister for Customs Cooperation.