Member of the Board
Azamat Aliev was born in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on 17 June 1985
2002 – 2006: Kyrgyz State University named after I. Arabaeva
2006 – 2008: Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic
Master's Degree in MBA Management in Business
2017 – 2022: Institute of Mining and Mining Technologies named after Academician U. Asanaliev at KSTU named after I. Razzakova
Specialty: Mining Engineer
Thesis: "Beneficiation of Mineral Resources"
07.2008 to 12.2009: State Agency for Public Procurement and Material Reserves under the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic
Position: Chief Specialist
07.2019 to 08.2020: State Committee for Industry, Energy, and Subsoil Use of the Kyrgyz Republic
Position: Commissioner for Prevention of Corruption
08.2020 to 11.2020: Altynken
Position: First Deputy General Director
11.2020 to 06.2021: "Kyrgyzaltyn"
Position: Deputy Chairman of the Board
06.2021 to 06.2023: Makmal Gold Company
Position: Member of the Board of Directors (Representative of Kyrgyzaltyn)
07.2023 to Present: "Kyrgyzaltyn"
Position: Advisor to the Board on General Issues
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Altynken: Pioneering Sustainable Mining and Partnership Excellence
Altynken is a joint Kyrgyz-Chinese venture. Participants from the Chinese and Kyrgyz sides own 60% and 40% of the share, respectively. The Taldybulak-Levoberezhny project, owned by the Company, was put into operation on July 29, 2015. The design life of which is 19 years. The annual volume of gold production exceeds 4 tons. Conducting business activities is carried out strictly in accordance with the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic. All existing permits for the development of mineral resources are legal and have not expired. A third party is engaged to conduct an annual audit of production and economic activities. Annual general meetings of participants are held regularly. In order to improve the level of management, the justification of the occupational health safety management system (ISO45001-2008) and the environmental management system (ISO14001-2005) has been completed. According to the principle of "Developed Site, Restored Site", efforts to create a "green" mine are ongoing. Cypress, fruit trees, and birch seedlings totalling about 2,000 were planted on the territory of the enterprise. 2,200 kg of lawn grass seeds were sown.