Today, March 3, within the framework of mutually beneficial cooperation between the two countries, a large Belarusian delegation headed by Alexander Subbotin, a Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus arrived in Almalyk.
During its visit, the delegation took part in the solemn ceremony of opening a road bridge located on the Mustakillik Street, connecting the central part of our city with the industrial zone.
The solemn event was opened by presentations of Davron Khidoyatov, acting khokim of Tashkent region and Abdulla Khursanov, the Chairman of the Management Board, "Almalyk MMC" JSC
During the event, gratitude was expressed to all workers who took part in the construction work, thanks to whose efforts and selfless work the reconstruction of the bridge structure was completed in a short time.
Further, during its visit, the Belarusian delegation visited the "Metallurg" Palace of Culture and got acquainted with the activities of the museum.
The next destination of the high-ranking guests was the Kalmakyr mine. Here they were able to personally observe the intensive production process taking place in the mine.
Then the guests visited the promising Yoshlik-I field. Here they got acquainted with the investment projects being implemented at the AMMC.
Within the framework of the AMMC investment program, it is envisaged to implement 5 large projects for a total amount of 3 billion 349.8 million US dollars. In particular, through the implementation of the project "Development of the Yoshlik I" field, investments in the amount of 2 billion 676.2 million US dollars will be utilized. As a result of the implementation of this project, a mine with a capacity of 74 million tons of ore per year will be built, a new copper concentration plant-3 with a processing capacity of 60 million tons of ore per year, a copper electrolysis workshop with a capacity of 250 thousand tons of copper per year, a workshop for the production of sulfuric acid with a capacity of 600 thousand tons per year, oxygen production facilities with a capacity of 40 thousand cubic meters per year.
In addition, it is planned to build a new Vanyukov smelting furnace No. 2, reconstruct and expand the anode and converter sections, and create more than 6,000 new jobs.
Information service of AMMC