BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan, February 1. China and
Kyrgyzstan mentioned deepening collaboration within the power sector,
This challenge was the first focus of discussions throughout between
Kyrgyzstan’s Minister of Energy, Taalaibek Ibraev, and the
Ambassador of China to Kyrgyzstan, Du Dewen.
Throughout the assembly, issues of cooperation between the
Ministry of Energy and Chinese firms had been explored, together with
steps in direction of mission implementation and preparations for the
graduation of operations. Both events additionally engaged in talks
concerning the event of inexperienced power, attracting investments,
and expediting the development of photo voltaic and wind energy
Ibraev highlighted the potential of Kyrgyzstan’s energy sector,
collaborative efforts with buyers on main tasks, and the
streamlining of state legal guidelines for buyers. The minister talked about
particular Chinese firms working collaboratively with Kyrgyzstan
within the power sector. He expressed his eagerness to persistently
work collectively and propel developments on this discipline.
In flip, the Chinese Ambassador underscored the need of
additional deepening cooperation. She conveyed that a few of China’s
most famous power firms specific curiosity in developing
hydroelectric and solar-wind energy stations in Kyrgyzstan.