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Cooperation and joint management of shared basins and water resources are crucial to socioeconomic development in Central Asia

At the regional level, the two countries reached a formal agreement in 2000 on the use of interstate water facilities in the basin through the establishment of the Chu Talas Joint River Commission. This agreement is also unique in that it prescribes the costs of repairing and maintaining shared riverine infrastructure to be borne by Kazakhstan, as the Kyrgyz Republic lacks the resources for such tasks.

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