Kyrgyzstan’s debt to Kazakhstan for the natural gas it supplied has reached $10.6 million.
Earlier in Moscow there was an intergovernmental agreement signed for Gazprom of Russia to purchase KyrgyzGas for $1.
KyrgyzGas' debt to Kazakhstan's KazTransGas for gas supplies in 2003-2005 made $13 million as of June 1, 2013.
Former head of BTA Bank Mukhtar Ablyazov who fled Kazakhstan to avoid justice illegally obtained two Kyrgyzstan passports registered to another persons names.
Kyrgyzstan Ministry of Energy is considering suspension of power export to Kazakhstan because of water shortage in Toktogul water reservoir.
Air Astana launched Astana-Bishkek regular flight.
A refuelling plane from the US Manas airbase in Kyrgyzstan crashed after taking off.
Kazakhstan company Visor Holding filed a $400 million claim against Kyrgyzstan government to the World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes.
The major reason for reducing the power exports is the currently lower level of water in the Toktogul water reservoir.
Kazakhstan is not signing gas supply contract with Kyrgyzstan because of its gas debts to Kazakhstan.
Emergency at Zhambyl-Shymkent power line of Central-Asian 'power ring' weakened reliability of the joint power system of Central Asia.
Russian Gazprom, the new owner of KyrgyzGas, will pay Kyrgyzstan’s gas debts to Kazakhstan.
Russia's gas giant Gazprom is taking a controlling stake in Kyrgyzstan's debt-ridden state gas company for one dollar.
Let them buy KyrgyzGas, even for just $1, but only if they solve all the problems, renew the gas pipelines and ensure uninterrupted gas supplies to people: MP.
Legal and financial claims could be filed against Kazakhstan's KazTransGas for limitation of gas supplies to Kyrgyzstan.
Kazakhstan’s Gas Shipping Company had limited gas supplies to Kyrgyzstan starting from December 13 due to failed gas supplies from the neighboring Uzbekistan and ensuing gas shortages in the south of Kazakhstan.
Residents of the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek have no gas to heat their homes amid arctic temperatures because Kazakhstan cut off the supply.
Regional risks of degradation and destruction of uranium tailing dumps are high and many of the dumps in Kyrgyzstan are located very close to water resources.
The Kazakh side has warned that if Kyrgyzstan doesn’t come up with a repayment schedule, there will be no gas supplies: Kyrgyz Energy Minister.
It is the first time Kazakhstan has decided to purchase electric power rather than exchange it for coal for the Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan) thermal power plant: Kyrgyz Acting Prime Minister Omurbek Babanov.