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Prime Minister Abylgaziev leaves for Georgia
Bishkek, July 16, 2018. / Kabar/. Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Mukhammedkaliy Abylgaziev flew to Georgia for working visit. Within the framework of a three-day visit, the head of the government will participate in the fifth Global Summit of the Open Government Partnership in Tbilisi. Also Abylgaziev will hold a bilateral meeting with Georgian President Georgi Margvelashvili, Prime Minister Mamuk Bakhtadze and leaders of several ministries and departments of this country. The delegation of Kyrgyzstan includes parliamentarians and government members. Kyrgyzstan is the first country in Central Asia to join the Open Government Partnership. The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is a unique multilateral initiative aimed at ensuring concrete commitments by governments to increase transparency, expand civic engagement, combat corruption and use new technologies to make governments more open, effective and accountable to citizens. The OGP initiative was launched on September 20, 2011 during the session of the UN General Assembly, when eight heads of state announced the signing of the Declaration and submitted their national Action Plans. Since then, the OGP has evolved into a platform with more than 70 national governments (representing one third of the world's population), 15 subnational entities, seven multilateral bodies and hundreds of civil society organizations. Print
 
Prime Minister Abylgaziev leaves for Georgia
Bishkek, July 16, 2018. / Kabar/. Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Mukhammedkaliy Abylgaziev flew to Georgia for working visit. Within the framework of a three-day visit, the head of the government will participate in the fifth Global Summit of the Open Government Partnership in Tbilisi. Also Abylgaziev will hold a bilateral meeting with Georgian President Georgi Margvelashvili, Prime Minister Mamuk Bakhtadze and leaders of several ministries and departments of this country. The delegation of Kyrgyzstan includes parliamentarians and government members. Kyrgyzstan is the first country in Central Asia to join the Open Government Partnership. The Open Government Partnership (OGP) is a unique multilateral initiative aimed at ensuring concrete commitments by governments to increase transparency, expand civic engagement, combat corruption and use new technologies to make governments more open, effective and accountable to citizens. The OGP initiative was launched on September 20, 2011 during the session of the UN General Assembly, when eight heads of state announced the signing of the Declaration and submitted their national Action Plans. Since then, the OGP has evolved into a platform with more than 70 national governments (representing one third of the world's population), 15 subnational entities, seven multilateral bodies and hundreds of civil society organizations. Print
 
Kyrgyz PM and Swiss Minister of Economy discuss bilateral cooperation
Bishkek, July 16, 2018. / Kabar/. Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Mukhammedkaliy Abylgaziev met today with Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs, Education and Research, Mr. Johann N. Schneider-Ammann, the Kyrgyz Government’s press service reported. "I highly appreciate the level of Kyrgyz-Swiss relations, which are characterized by progressive development. For more than 25 years of diplomatic relations, Switzerland has provided the Kyrgyz Republic with grant assistance of about $ 370 million. We highly appreciate the multilateral support provided by Switzerland, including those aimed at strengthening democracy and improving the electoral process. I want to note the actively developing cooperation within the framework of international financial organizations, where Switzerland, in accordance with an intergovernmental agreement, represents the interests of our country. As you know, Kyrgyzstan is part of the so-called Swiss voting group at the Bretton Woods Institutions - the IMF and the World Bank," the Prime Minister said. Abylgaziev stressed that in 2017 the trade turnover between the two countries amounted to $ 507 million, and given the degree of political dialogue, it has all the prerequisites for growth. "At the same time, we are interested in attracting investments and are ready to fully support the Swiss business in the country, creating the most favorable conditions for investors. One of the main priorities of the Government is ensuring maximum protection of the attracted funds of investors," the Kyrgyz Prime Minister assured. From his part Johann Schneider-Amman noted that he highly appreciates the level of bilateral cooperation. "As part of our delegation there are business representatives who came to study the local market, the legislation, personally familiarize themselves with the conditions provided for investors, as well as make sure of the investment attractiveness. We are sure that entrepreneurs will find for themselves projects and partners who will be interested in them. At the same time, we are interested in developing cultural and humanitarian cooperation between the two countries," he said. Also, Johann Schneider-Amman noted the importance of developing vocational education and advanced technologies for the development of the country's economy as a whole. In conclusion, the Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs, Education and Research of Switzerland invited the Kyrgyz Prime Minister to participate in the World Economic Forum in Davos.
 
Swiss Delegation visits Kyrgyzstan to strengthen cooperation and promote economic ties
Bishkek, July 16, 2018. / Kabar/. The 30-strong Swiss delegation including representatives from parliament, cantonal governments and the private sector was headed by the Swiss Minister of Economic Affairs, Education and Research, Mr. Johann N. Schneider-Ammann. The delegation visited Kyrgyzstan on July 13-15, 2018. The purpose of the visit to Kyrgyzstan was to identify business opportunities for Swiss firms, to foster relations with Kyrgyzstan as a member of the same voting groups in the World Bank and the IMF, and to see whether the support provided under Switzerland’s development cooperation program is relevant and effective. Over the years, Switzerland has provided around CHF 370 million in grants to support the transition of the Kyrgyz Republic to a functioning democratic system and a sustainable market economy. The “Swiss Cooperation Strategy for Central Asia 2017-2021” foresees a total budget of about CHF 100 million for Kyrgyzstan for five years. Support to the Kyrgyz government in improving the business climate and to the Kyrgyz private sector to develop and create jobs is an important endeavour of the Swiss cooperation program in Kyrgyzstan. During his visit, Minister Johann N. Schneider-Ammann met with the Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic - Mr. Muhammedkalyi Abylgaziev, the Minister of Finance – Mr. Adylbek Kasymaliev, and with the Deputy Minister of Economy – Mr. Eldar Abakirov. During its stay in Bishkek, the Swiss delegation met with representatives of the Kyrgyz private sector, as well as the Swiss business community in Kyrgyzstan. The Swiss Ministervisited a local company that benefited from the support of the Swiss Cooperation under the Small Business Initiative Program. This program helps small and medium-sized enterprises to get access to financial and advisory services, which will improve their performance and enable them to grow further and create jobs. Swiss and Kyrgyz representatives had constructive discussions on topics of mutual interest, in particular on the opportunities and challenges for the Kyrgyz economy in the context of regional initiatives like the Eurasian Economic Union and the Belt and Road Initiative. Swiss foreign direct investments – mainly in tourism, dairy and services – so far remain modest, but members of the delegation noted that they could increase provided international quality and sanitary standards and other issues could be addressed. In this regard, Minister Schneider-Ammann stressed that Switzerland stands ready to provide support to Kyrgyzstan in strengthening its national quality system and in enhancing trade facilitation. Before coming to Kyrgyzstan, the Swiss delegation visited Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan.
 
President: NATO Summit proved once again how much respect Azerbaijan enjoys
“A campaign of slander is conducted against us in the media. It is managed from various foreign centers. It is also absolutely ineffective. Several non-governmental organizations calling themselves human rights champions carry out campaigns of slander against Azerbaijan day and night. They are having no effect at home or abroad,” Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev has told a meeting of heads of the country`s law enforcement bodies. “Our external relations are expanding. The NATO Summit held a few days ago proved once again how much respect Azerbaijan enjoys. Today, Azerbaijan is a country enjoying great respect on a global scale,” the President said.
 
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