Kazakhstan Sends Diesel Aid to Kyrgyzstan

In response to the recent accident at the Bishkek thermal power plant, Kazakhstan has swiftly dispatched humanitarian aid to Kyrgyzstan, demonstrating solidarity and support during this challenging time. The aid package consists of 2,000 tons of diesel fuel, with the first shipment already en route.

Following directives from President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, Kazakhstan has allocated 2,000 tons of diesel fuel from its state material reserve to assist Kyrgyzstan in addressing the aftermath of the thermal power plant incident.

On February 28, 2024, the initial batch of 1,000 tons of diesel fuel was dispatched from the Zarya branch of the RSE Reserve, transported in 17 tank cars.

The humanitarian cargo will be handed over to officials from the Ministry of Energy of the Kyrgyz Republic to facilitate the ongoing efforts to manage the situation effectively.


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