Kyrgyzstan to implement new public-private partnership projects

Kyrgyzstan Materials 11 February 2023 14:43 (UTC +04:00)
Alyona Pavlenko
Alyona Pavlenko
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BAKU, Azerbaijan, February 11. Kyrgyzstan plans to implement 6 projects in the frame of the public-private partnership (PPP), Trend reports via Kyrgyz media.

The projects are:

Construction of an alternative tunnel at the Too-Ashuu pass – costs $234 million;

Construction of the north bypass road – costs $210 million;

Construction of a pilot solar power plant – costs $100 million;

Construction of the bypass road in Uzgen (in the south part of the country) – costs $12 million;

Construction of the Karakul small hydroelectric power plant (HPP) in Kara-Suu (Black Water) river – costs $25 million;

The modernization of National Center for Surgery, named after academician M.Mamakeev – costs $10 million.

The public-private partnership (PPP) is a set of forms for collaboration between the government and the business aimed to resolve the emerging issues in mutually beneficial conditions.

According to the Cabinet of Ministers of Kyrgyzstan, such partnerships in the country experienced a sharp increase in 2022.

The Cabinet of Ministers of Kyrgyzstan has prepared a new program related to PPP for 2022 through 2026, which includes attraction of more than 100 billion soms ($1.1 billion).