Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, Serik Zhumangarin, and Chairman of the People’s Government of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China, Erkin Tunyaz, held a meeting to discuss cooperation in agriculture and the implementation of water-saving technologies. This was reported by the press service of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

During the negotiations, plans were announced to expand the use of water-saving technologies to cover 50% of Kazakhstan’s irrigated land. Currently, only 16% of the land is covered by these technologies. Comprehensive measures, including business support and the launch of projects in various regions of the country, will be taken to achieve this goal.

Bolat Bekniyaz, the First Vice Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation of Kazakhstan, shared information that projects are currently being implemented in the Almaty, Turkestan, and Karaganda regions aimed at implementing water-saving technologies.

An initiative is underway to establish a Kazakhstani-Chinese “green corridor” to facilitate faster passage of agricultural products through checkpoints. This matter is currently in the process of coordination with relevant governmental structures.



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