One Belt, One Road Initiative: What projects have been implemented in Kyrgyzstan

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Over the past ten years, China and Kyrgyzstan have implemented and are implementing many projects under One Belt, One Road initiative. Du Dewen, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China to the Kyrgyz Republic, announced at a press conference on Thursday.

According to her, Datka — Kemin power transmission line has been built, China — Kyrgyzstan — Uzbekistan highway has been modernized, more than 200 kilometers of Bishkek roads have been reconstructed at the expense of a grant from the PRC government. The rural irrigation system was also reconstructed on more than 5,000 hectares of land in Batken, Issyk-Kul, Chui and Talas regions at the expense of the grant funds.

«School-gymnasium No. 95 in Bishkek has become one of the most influential. A surgical hospital has been built in Osh, and an alternative North — South road is being built. Chui bypass canal project is also important for Kyrgyzstan. On February 1, 2023, the President of Kyrgyzstan Sadyr Japarov and me attended the ceremony of handing over fire and rescue equipment. The Kyrgyz Republic received 100 modern fire engines of various types. This is the largest financial assistance to the country through a grant from the Chinese government,» said Du Dewen.

Transfer of two mobile hospitals with advanced equipment to Kyrgyzstan from China is expected this year, the Ambassador said. «We are confident that this assistance will play an important role in protecting the safety of life and health of citizens. The construction of China — Kyrgyzstan — Uzbekistan railway is an important strategic project within the framework of One Belt, One Road initiative,» the Ambassador said.

Source: News Agency