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Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan Sign Protocol on Gasoline Import

Tuesday 25 June 2019

BISHKEK (24.kg) — At a meeting of Parliament’s Committee on Economic and Fiscal Policy, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic, Zhenish Razakov, announced Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan have signed a protocol on the import of gasoline..

According to him, given the importance of supplying fuel to the general public, the Prime Minister has given instructions to conclude negotiations with Kazakhstan on the import of gasoline. The working group addressed all the controversial issues. According to reports, the protocol on duty-free gasoline supply has been signed. An agreement will soon be signed.

In early June, Kazakhstan’s first deputy energy minister, Makhambet Dosmukhambetov, told reporters that his country could make the first delivery of fuel and lubricants to Kyrgyzstan in July.

It should be recalled that negotiations on the possible supply of gasoline from Kazakhstan to Kyrgyzstan were held for the second consecutive year. Earlier, it was reported that the controversy was caused by an article banning Kyrgyzstan from importing petroleum products.


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