ADB partners with the Kyrgyz Republic in promoting inclusive growth and economic diversification, improving public and social services, and leveraging regional cooperation and integration.
Centrally located at the intersection of trade, economic, and transport corridors, Fergana Valley has the potential to drive economic development in Central Asia.
ADB's $50.65 million project will help the Kyrgyz Republic procure 120 modern, battery-electric buses that will enhance Bishkek’s transport infrastructure, improve the air quality, cut carbon emissions, and reduce traffic congestion.
The Kyrgyz Repubic joined ADB in 1994, ADB has remained one of the country's largest multilateral development partners.
ADB has appointed Zheng Wu as its new Country Director for the Kyrgyz Republic.
Since the Kyrgyz Republic joined ADB in 1994, ADB has remained one of the country’s largest multilateral development partners.
Current ADB operations in the Kyrgyz Republic support economic diversification, inclusive development, and social protection. ADB is also helping the country reform its legal and regulatory frameworks, improve the business environment, provide access to affordable finance, improve the reliability of electricity services, enhance transport connectivity and urban mobility, and increase people’s employability.
Orion Business Center, 21 Erkindik Prospect, 6th Floor, 720040 Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic
Office Hours: 8:30 am to 5:30 p.m. (Monday to Friday)
ADB began its operations in the Kyrgyz Republic in 1994. The Kyrgyz Republic Resident Mission (KYRM) was established in 2000.
KYRM's primary role includes:
KYRM will be closed on these dates:
* = The dates are subject to moon sighting.
Last updated: 12 December 2022