Uzbekistan intends to participate in the implementation of the Kambar-Ata hydro power plant (HPP) project.
This was announced by Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev at a joint press conference on September 5, KyrTAG reported.
"We have agreed on water issues. We came to an agreement to build a power plant. No station will be built without Uzbekistan’s participation. Together we will build the Kambar-Ata hydropower plant. It is necessary and we need it," he said.
The construction and exploitation of Kambar Ata HPP-one and the Upper Naryn cascade will allow Kyrgyzstan to produce about five billion kilowatt hours of electricity per year and cover the growing needs of the population.
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