Bishkek, Sept. 14, 2017. / Kabar/. Some deputies of the Jogorku Kenesh suggested creating a temporary deputy commission to study the activities of the Czech company Liglass Trading, which is expected to build the Upper-Naryn cascade of HPPs and a number of small hydro power plants in Kyrgyzstan.
MP Zhanar Akayev said at a parliamentary meeting that around Liglass Trading, since the signing of the agreement on the construction of hydroelectric power plants in Kyrgyzstan, the noise has not ceased till this day.
"The Czech media write that Kyrgyzstan entrusted the construction of strategic facilities to a dubious company that did not even build a mill for its existence," Akayev said.
He said that earlier the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan had given its opinion that it was not worth working with this company.
The MP said that Liglass Trading has not yet paid the $ 37 million funds that Kyrgyzstan must pay to RusHydro.
Akayev suggested to set up a deputy commission and check this case. Several more deputies supported the idea of their colleague, pointing out that the commission should understand everything.
On September 13, the State Committee for Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use explained that the Czech company Liglass Trading should pay $ 37 million in the Upper-Naryn cascade of hydroelectric power plants until September 19, 2017.
The Kyrgyz Government and the Liglass Trading signed agreement on July 10, 2017.
National Energy Holding Company of Kyrgyzstan and Electric Stations JSC the document was signed on August 4. Thus, on August 4, 2017 is the date of signing and entry into force of the agreement.