Kyrgyzstan is a Turkish Republic in Central Asia. Uzbekistan in the west, Kazakhstan in the north, Tajikistan in the south and China in the east. With the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, on 25 December 1991, Kyrgyzstan was one of the states that declared its independence. He is also a member of the Commonwealth of Independent States and is one of the seven independent Turkish states.
Important Cities of Kyrgyzstan
The currency of Kyrgyzstan : Kyrgyzstan Somu
Kyrgyzstan’s phone code: +996
The Capital; Is Bishkek. Other cities; Osh, Celalabad, Tokmok, Delicate, Fisherman, Ak-Salt etc.
Economics of Kyrgyzstan
It is one of the poorest countries of Central Asia. The agricultural sector constitutes an important part of the economy in Kyrgyzstan. Among the main agricultural products, cotton, tobacco and wool are produced. Tobacco and cotton are among the first to be exported among agricultural products. In Kyrgyzstan race horses are grown in mountainous regions, rabbits are fed, beekeeping is done. Most small ruminant animals are fed. The most important factor in the economy of Kyrgyzstan is the export of gold. In Kyrgyzstan, machinery, automotive, food, cement, glass and canning factories are the main industrial enterprises. Hydroelectric power plants established on the river contribute significantly to the economy. There are around 600 industrial establishments in the country. The national income per capita in Kyrgyzstan is 2 thousand 400 dollars. The unemployment rate is around 18 percent. In Kyrgyzstan, about 40 percent of the population is below the poverty level.
Kyrgyzstan exports countries
Kazakhstan, Russia, Uzbekistan, Turkey, and China.
Kyrgyzstan's import countries
United States, Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkey, and China.
Nations living in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan; 65% Kyrgyz, 13.6% Uzbek and 12.5% Russian people live.
Languages spoken in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan; Kyrgyz, Uzbek and Russian are spoken.