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The signing ceremony of the Agreement between the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Kazakh company Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering LLP for the supply of the H125 Airbus Helicopters helicopter, manufactured at a plant in Nur-Sultan, took place in Bishkek.

Delivery to Kyrgyzstan is planned for the summer of 2022. This modification of the helicopter will be equipped with all the necessary equipment for various types of search and rescue operations, monitoring of water and natural resources, fire hazardous areas of the country, as well as aerial work in accordance with the assigned tasks.

The ceremony was attended by the Minister for Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan Azhikeev B.E., the Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Kyrgyzstan Zhoshybaev R.S., the Ambassadors of France and Germany to Kyrgyzstan, as well as the heads of Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering LLP.

The Minister of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic noted the importance of concluding this agreement, expressed gratitude to the company's management for the preparatory work carried out and stressed the need to further build up economic ties between the two countries.

In turn, the Ambassador of Kazakhstan expressed satisfaction with the result of the fruitful work of the representatives of the two countries and the Kazakh-European company, which became possible thanks to high-level agreements.

The ambassadors of France and Germany, who took part in the ceremony, where the main production facilities of Airbus are located, noted the high quality indicators of the purchased helicopter and expressed hope for the prospect of expanding cooperation in this area throughout the Central Asian region.

Representatives of the manufacturing company in Kazakhstan expressed their readiness to expand the range of helicopters produced as new orders are received from international partners.

Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering LLP is a joint venture established in April 2011 at the initiative of Elbasy, the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Abishevich Nazarbayev, and ex-President of France, Nicolas Sarkozy. The project is being implemented on a parity basis: 50% of JSC NC Kazakhstan Engineering and 50% of Airbus Helicopters.