Kyrgyzstan Metals and Mining, Japan Metals and Mining

Japan and Kyrgyzstan to cooperate in the sphere of rare-earth metals mining

The Japanese PM Shinzo Abe met the Kyrgyz President, Almazbek Atambayev in Tokyo. During the negotiations the agreement about development of bilateral economic relations was signed and importance of cooperation in the sphere of rare-earth metals mining was specified. “We’ll provide the financial support to the Kyrgyz government for the development and improvement of economic situation stimulating promotion of Japanese companies at the Kyrgyz market”, Shinzo Abe said.

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Kyrgyzstan proposes to Japan to develop Tien Shan subsoil

Kyrgyzstan proposes to Japan to develop the rare-earth metal deposits at Tien Shan, official sources in the republican government report.

The new PM of Kyrgyzstan, Omurbek Babanov proposed cooperation to the Japanese government.

Kyrgyzstan is rich with natural resources, Babanov said at the meeting with Japanese Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs who visited Bishkek in advance of the 20th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the countries. Read more »

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