18 December 2014, Thursday, 18:42

Entrepreneurs of Bashkortostan and Kyrgyzstan agreed on cooperation in tourism and light industry

 

UFA, 18 December 2014. /Bashinform News Agency,Arthur Basyrov/. During a business mission of Bashkortostan entrepreneurs to Kyrgyzstan 10 agreements between companies of the two republics was signed. This is reported by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Bashkortostan.

According to the vice-president of CCI RB Pavel Barmin a productive meeting with the Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Joomart Otorbaev was held. The parties discussed implementation of joint projects, including in the field of light industry, tourism and social supply of agricultural products.

During the visit, a number of agreements were signed. NP "National Tour Operator" Ural Batyr" of the one part and Directorate "Kyrgyzkurortturizm" of the Federation of Trade Unions of Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz Association of resorts, Public Fund "World Ethno Games" and travel company MayaTouro of the other part signed an agreement on cooperation in tourism. There are plans for the development of relations in the light industry: an agreement was signed between the company "Comme il faut" and LLC "Independent Centre of Expertise and Evaluation", clothing enterprises Selya and LARISA-fashion, JSC "Ilbirs", LLC "Salkyn" and NR Group International LLC on exchange experience in production of knitted outerwear and clothing line production organization.

A preliminary agreement between JSC "Bashkir River Shipping" and commercial structures that exploit water transport on Issyk-Kul Lake on ship repairs was reached. JSC "Car Repair Plant" (Balta), JSC "Nefaz" and JSC "Tuimazy Ready-Mix Trucks Plant" discuss a possibility to organize a dealership sales and service repair of heavy equipment, as well as to produce rototillers "Agro" at Karabalt Plant.

Chambers of Commerce of the republics agreed to open a joint B2B-Centre. It will provide information support for Bashkortostan and Kyrgyzstan business and will help them in the organization of foreign trade.