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Excerpt from report by state-owned Kyrgyz Television 1 on 8 October Russia is going to invest in large energy projects in Kyrgyzstan, Russian Energy Minister Sergey Shmatko has said at the tenth session of the Kyrgyz-Russian inter-governmental commission.
Text of report by privately-owned Kyrgyz AKIpress news agency website Bishkek, 26 September: Kyrgyzstan's current debt to be paid to Uzbekistan for natural gas is about 2m dollars, Prime Minister Igor Chudinov said in parliament today during the discussion of an issue related to preparing economic sectors and the country's people for the autumn and winter periods of 2008-2009.
Excerpt from report by Russian state news agency ITAR-TASS Bishkek, 26 September: Due to a power crisis, winter holidays will be extended for several schools in Kyrgyzstan from 25 December to 1 March , the Kyrgyz minister of industry, energy and fuel resources, Saparbek Balkibekov, said in parliament today.
Excerpt from report by privately-owned Kyrgyz news agency 24.kg website Bishkek, 17 September: "Kyrgyzstan and Russia are ready to sign an intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the sphere of hydroelectric power generation in the immediate future," Prime Minister Igor Chudinov has said in an exclusive interview with the Kyrgyz news agency 24.kg, commenting on the results of his working visit to Moscow.
Kyrgyz Prime Minister Igor Chudinov has said that his country should cut down the export of electricity to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan this year due to a shortage of water in the country's major Toktogul reservoir.
BISHKEK. July 31 (Interfax) - Kyrgyzstan is on the brink of a total power outage, Prime Minister Igor Chudinov said at the meeting of the government on Thursday. "I feel that we are about to have a total power outage," he said. "That must not happen, especially at plants," he said.
Excerpt from report by privately-owned Kyrgyz AKIpress news agency website Bishkek, 25 July: Kyrgyz Prime Minister Igor Chudinov met the head of the World Bank's office in Kyrgyzstan, Roger Robinson, and a sector manager, and an acting regional director of the World Bank in Central Asia, Moto Koichi [name transliterated].
Excerpt from report by state-owned Kyrgyz news agency Kabar Bishkek, 3 July: "Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan have reached a bilateral decision to resume supply of water from Kyrgyzstan to the neighbouring country," an adviser to the Kazakh embassy in Kyrgyzstan, Boranbek Albergenov, has told a Kabar news agency correspondent.