Kyrgyzstan: power engineers repair power line at altitude of 3,500 meters

The National Electric Network of Kyrgyzstan OJSC conducts scheduled repair work on 500 kV high-voltage line Toktogulskaya HES – Frunzenskaya, press service of the company reported. With the help of seven brigades of Jalal-Abad, Talas and Chui enterprises of high-voltage electrical networks, work is being carried out to replace insulators, line accessories and fix other…

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Ukraine: Ryanair launches new flight from Kharkiv to Polish Krakow

Ukraine’s Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan said Europe’s largest discount carrier Ryanair performed its first flight from Ukraine’s Kharkiv International Airport (the city of Kharkiv) to Poland’s Krakow on June 17. “After Lviv and Kyiv became well-established parts of Ryanair’s grid, and many people began taking that for granted (choosing to forget that this only started…

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Ukraine: trade turnover with Italy up in 2018

In 2018, the commodity turnover between Italy and Ukraine totaled 4.47 billion, up by 14% YoY, declared the Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, Stepan Kubiv. More than 14 thousand Ukrainian companies export their products to the European Union. Also, the trend created additional tools for the diversified cooperation, for example, through the…

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Kyrgyzstan: Germany interested in Manas International Airport

Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Mukhammedkaly Abylgaziev met with the delegation of the Munich International Airport, headed by Managing Director Ralf Gaffal, the Information Support Department of the Government’s Office reported. Mukhammedkaly Abylgaziev outlined that the Cabinet of Ministers, together with international financial institutions, was actively working to launch a public-private partnership project for the development…

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Kazakhstan: GDP up in January-May 2019

The country’s GDP growth reached 4% in January-May, Kazakh Prime Minister Askar Mamin said at a government meeting. He instructed to take measures to increase the pace of economic development. The main drivers of the economy were construction – an increase of 8.8%, trade – 7.5%, transport – 5.3%, processing industry, including mechanical engineering –…

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