In 2014 the following meetings of intergovernmental Commissions were prepared and held:
On May 29, 2014, in Ulan Bator the 2nd meeting of the Kyrgyz-Mongolian intergovernmental Commission on trade, economic, scientific, technical and cultural cooperation was held. The Kyrgyz delegation was headed by the Minister of Transport and Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic K.Sultanov, the Mongolian - by the Vice-Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism of MongoliaProtocol Tadjikistan 2014.pdf M.Tumenzhargal. The parties discussed issues of cooperation in the field of trade, investment, energy, industry, agriculture, business, transport, mining, construction, tourism, and also in the social sphere. During the meeting, an Agreement on Cooperation between the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic and the National Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Mongolia was signed and the Joint Business Council of Mongolia and the Kyrgyz Republic was established under the chambers of the two countries.
On July 9-10, 2014, in Urumqi, XUAR, the People's Republic of China, the 7th meeting of the Kyrgyzstan-XUAR Coordination Group under the intergovernmental Kyrgyz-Chinese commission on trade and economic cooperation was held. The Kyrgyz delegation was headed by the Minister of Economy of KR T.Sariev, the chairman of the Chinese side is the vice-chairman of the People's Government of the XUAR of China Shi Dagan. In accordance with the agenda of the Coordination Group meeting, agreements were reached on further developing cooperation in such areas as trade, transport, agriculture, health, tourism, finance and banking cooperation. In the light of the initiative of the strategy of the Silk Road Economic Belt, the Parties decided move to a new and more intensive level of development of cooperation and to hold meetings of the Coordination Group annually. In addition, the Parties agreed to hold a number of measures to improve economic cooperation, such as the XUAR exhibition-fair of goods, economic forum, the opening of an international airline. Kyrgyzstan - Kashgar and the international automobile communication "Bishkek - Irkeshtam - Urumqi and Osh - Irkeshtam - Urumqi.
On July 9-10, 2014, in Yekaterinburg the 2nd meeting of the joint intergovernmental commission on cooperation of the Kyrgyz Republic with the Sverdlovsk region of the Russian Federation in the trade, economic, scientific, technical and cultural-humanitarian spheres was held. The Kyrgyz part was chaired by the Minister of Labor, Migration and Youth of the Kyrgyz Republic A. Aliyaskarov. The meeting addressed issues of cooperation in industry, construction, agriculture, labor, employment and migration policies, health, culture, tourism, sports, education, science, broadcasting and information policy.
Protocol of the Commission (in Russian)
On July 17, 2014, in Bishkek the 10th meeting of the intergovernmental Kyrgyz-Chinese Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation was held. The Kyrgyz part of the Commission was headed by the First Vice Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic T. Sarpashev, the Chinese -Assistant to the Minister of Commerce of China, Zhang Xianchen. The parties discussed issues of further enhancing trade, economic and investment cooperation between the two countries, issues of cooperation in grants and loans provided by the People's Republic of China to the Kyrgyz Republic in the field of energy, industry, transport, agriculture and banking.
On August 27-28, 2014, the 13th meeting of the Kyrgyz-Tajik intergovernmental commission on comprehensive consideration of bilateral issues was held in Bishkek chaired by Vice Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic A. Mamataliev and Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Tatarstan A. Ibrokhim. Prospects for trade and economic cooperation, interaction in the field of industry, energy, transport, agriculture, rational use of water resources, science and education, social and other areas of mutual interest were considered.
On October 13, 2014, the 5th meeting of the Kyrgyz-Kazakh Intergovernmental Council was held in Astana under the chairmanship of the Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic J. Otorbayev and the Prime Minister of RK K Massimov. The meeting discussed and reached agreements on the development of cooperation in the field of trade and investment, energy, industry, agriculture, border and customs control, transport, communications, as well as other equally important issues of bilateral cooperation.
On December 2, 2014, the 17th meeting of the Kyrgyz-Russian intergovernmental commission on trade, economic, scientific, technical and humanitarian cooperation was held. The meeting addressed issues of cooperation in the fuel and energy complex, oil and gas, mineral and mining and mining industries, in industry, transport, customs, finance, prevention, emergency response, environmental protection, health and social development, education and science, migration, culture, information and tourism, in the field of agriculture.
On December 11, 2014, the 6th meeting of the intergovernmental Kyrgyz-St. Petersburg Commission on Trade, Economic, Scientific, Technical and Cultural Cooperation was held in Bishkek, chaired by Vice Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Dil Valery Isidorovich and Chairman of the Committee on External Relations of St. Petersburg Grigoriev Evgeny Dmitrievich. During the meeting, issues of cooperation in the field of labor, employment, migration, health, social policy, environmental protection, interethnic and interfaith relations, education and science, construction, culture and information, supply of agricultural products were considered.
On December 24-26, 2014, the 8th meeting of the Intergovernmental Kyrgyz-Turkish Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation was held in Bishkek, chaired by the First Vice Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic T. Sarpashev and the Vice Prime Minister of the Republic of Turkey Mr. prof. Dr. Numan Kurtulmush. The development of cooperation in such areas as: trade, standardization, metrology, technical regulation and accreditation, entrepreneurship, industry, agriculture, transport, communications, energy, customs, education, culture and tourism, statistics, health, environment, forestry and meteorology; technical cooperation; and legal framework were discussed.