The Kyrgyz – Russian Intergovernmental Commission for trade and economic, scientific and technical and humanitarian cooperation has ordered the Rosneft JSC to start considering the question of crude oil supply to the refinery in Kyrgyzstan , this was decided at the 16th session of the Commission held in Bishkek on December 17 . Signed by Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Jantoro Satybaldiev and Head of the Federal Customs Service Andrei Belyaninov, the document obliges Kyrgyzstan to implement the activities of the subsidiary of the Rosneft for the supply of oil products from the company. The Kyrgyz side has also asked Russia to supply crude oil from Russia to the refinery in Kyrgyzstan on duty-free base. Earlier it was reported that Kyrgyzstan is holding negotiations with Rosneft on the question of crude oil supply for the refinery in Kyrgyzstan that is planned to be built in Tokmok by the SOCAR national company of Azerbaijan . Later, the Ministry of Energy and Industry of Kyrgyzstan could neither confirm nor reject this information. In September, Head of the Trade and Industrial Chamber of Kyrgyzstan Marat Sharshekeev said that Kyrgyzstan is holding negotiations with Rosneft on crude oil supply to the refinery in Kara-Balta.
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