In Vladivostok, the first vice governor of Primorsky Krai Vasiliy Usoltsev discussed with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kyrgyzstan to Russia Bolot Otunbayev the prospects for cooperation. The Russian media reported.
According to them, Vasiliy Usoltsev said that recently entered into force federal laws on the free port of Vladivostok and territories of priority development provide new and interesting conditions for cooperation.
"The benefits stipulated in the laws are the most competitive in the world. Free port regime opens up for Vladivostok access to the ports throughout Southeast Asia. And your country can take advantage of the new preferences. The trade turnover between Primorye and Kyrgyzstan amounted to about $ 1 million this year. It is a lot, but there is something to strive for. According to our estimates, Primorsky Krai is home to about five thousand Kyrgyz citizens, the Diaspora is very active, a number of public organizations is working. We are ready to listen to your suggestions to work together," the first vice governor said.
Bolot Otunbayev announced the intentions to increase supply of ecologically clean agricultural products to Primorye. Vladivostok residents might see potatoes and beets from Kyrgyzstan on the shelves.
The Ambassador noted that the Primorsky Krai made an indelible impression on the Kyrgyz delegation by its magnificent nature, the combination of historic and modern buildings of Vladivostok, and offered to host Days of Kyrgyzstan.
Photos from official site of the Primorsky Krai Administration.