Baku, Azerbaijan, Sept. 9
By Aygun Badalova - Trend:
The current state and perspectives for Kyrgyz-Israeli cooperation was discussed during the meeting of Kyrgyzstan's Vice Prime Minister Valery Dil with the head of Israel's ministry of foreign affairs' "Eurasia-2" department Odedu Joseph, Kabar news agency reported on Sept. 9 referring to the Kyrgyz government.
Vice Prime Minister Valery Dil stressed the dynamic of the development of relations between the two countries and expressed Kyrgyzstan's interest to activate economic cooperation and to attract Israeli investments in country's economy.
He also stressed that Israel's power system, which is the most modern and automated, is of particular interest.
"Given the great experience of Israel, we have opportunities to expand mutually beneficial cooperation," Dil said.
During the meeting Odedu Joseph said that agriculture is the sphere, where Israel sees greater cooperation between the countries.
"There are Israeli companies that are willing to do the processing, as well as the rehabilitation of irrigation systems and the development of drip irrigation," he said.
"Moreover, a group of Israeli ophthalmologists will visit Kyrgyzstan soon, which will hold several dozens of operations in Bishkek and Osh. I believe that the planned opening of Israeli Consulate in Kyrgyzstan will assist the development of bilateral relations", he added.