Azerbaijan, Baku, Sept. 14 / Trend V. Zhavoronkova/
Kyrgyzstan will allocate over $252 mln (11.8 billion soms) for the service of the country's foreign debt, KyrTAG reported on Friday with reference to the country's deputy finance minister Mirlanbek Baygonchokov.
Baygonchokov said the country's debt case contains 131 debts. All the loans can be divided into two parts - bilateral and multilateral.
The country's major creditors are the Asian Development Bank, IMF, WB and other organizations as well as Russia, China, and Japan.