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A Memorandum of Cooperation regarding the development of the railway network in the Kyrgyz Republic has been concluded in Bishkek, meaning Russia and Kyrgyzstan will work together.
The document was signed by Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation, Yevgeny Dietrich; Director General and Chairman of the Board of Russian Railways, Oleg Belozyorov; Minister of Transport and Roads of the Kyrgyz Republic, Zhanat Beishenov; and Director General of the state-owned national company Kyrgyz Temir Zholu, Kanatbek Abdykerimov.
The memorandum notes the positive dynamics and effectiveness of joint actions to develop a preliminary feasibility study (PFS) of projects for the phased development of the railway network in the Kyrgyz Republic, in particular, the completion of the first stage of development of the document confirmed in February 2019.
This article first appeared on www.globalrailwayreview.com
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