Min-Kush

Min-Kush

 

an urban-type settlement in Dzhumgal’skii Raion, Naryn Oblast, Kirghiz SSR. Located in the Dzhumgal’ valley, 230 km southwest of the railroad station at Rybach’e, with which it is linked by highway. Population 6,200 (1970). The Orgtekhnika Instrument-making Plant operates in Min-Kush.

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Remediation of the tailing in Min-Kush is ongoing, he said.
It allows for the start of a tender process for the selection of a contractor for the work at the Min-Kush and Shekaftar sites.
The Emergencies Ministry has begun work to develop a feasibility study and assess the impact on the environment of former uranium production facilities in Shekaftar and Min-Kush.
Emergency Minister Nurbolot Mirzahmedov said 23 tailings are in Min-Kush.
As regards the tail dump Tuyuk-Suu and other facilities near settlement Min-Kush, the main approaches for further work organizing has been agreed upon.
Thus, avalanche danger persists on Bishkek - Osh (121-137 km, 198-265 km); Talas - Bishkek (198-210 km); Myrzake - Karakulja - Alaikuu (45-90 km, 145-150 km); Ala-Buka - Kanysh-Kiya (62-100 km); Karakol - Engilchek (45-90 km); Kazarman - Aktalchat (67-94 km); and Min-Kush - Aral (1-19 km) roads.
The emergencies Ministry along with International Atomic Energy Agency has taken a number of important steps to begin the practical implementation of work to improve the environmental situation at the sites of the former mining industry - tailing dumps in Kyrgyzstan, in particularly in Min-Kush, Shekaftar and in Maily-Suu town.
The Agency intends to procure the services of a consultancy company to complement its Project Management Unit, which is in charge of tendering for and overseeing planned remediation works at the Min-Kush and Shekaftar sites.
Avalanches particularly may cover some segments of Bishkek - Osh (121-137 km, 198-265 km); Myrzake - Karakulja - Alaikuu (45-90 km, 145-150 km); Ala-Buka - Kanysh-Kiya (62-100 km); Karakol - Engilchek (45-90 km); Kazarman - Aktalchat (67-94 km); and Min-Kush - Aral (1-19 km) roads.
Seitkaziyeva added that the project "Comprehensive Environmental Impact Assessment" and feasibility study for the rehabilitation of the uranium heritage sites at the Min-Kush and Kadji-Sai villages were implemented as part of a project funded by the European Union.
The Office of the OSCE Co-ordinator of Economic and Environmental Activities (OCEEA), the OSCE Centre in Bishkek and they Aarhus Centre in Osh today opened the first Public Environmental Information Centres (PEIC) in the towns of Mailuu-Suu and Shekaftar of Jalal-Abad region in southern Kyrgyzstan as well as in Min-Kush, Naryn region, in the northern part of the country.