Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan -
Calling code + 996
Internet Domain name TLD - .kg
How to dial to Kyrgyzstan? International Dial Codes in Kyrgyzstan, Asia.
Kyrgyzstan
MTC Ministry of transport and Communication of the Kyrgyz Republic - Telecommunications regulator - telecom companies and systems
Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyz Republic - Кыргыз Республикасы
Kırgız Respublikası
Кыргызская Республика
Kyrgyzskaya Respublika
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Location of : -
Capital Bishkek
Map Latitude : 42°52′N - Longitude : 74°36′E - 42.867°N 74.6°E - 42.867;74.6 -
Official language(s) : Kyrgyz / Russian
People : - Kyrgyz
Kyrgyzstani
Government : Provisional government > under a Presidential system - President : Roza Otunbayeva
Independence from the Soviet Union : Kara-Kirghiz Autonomous Oblast - Established 14 October 1924 - Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic / Kirghiz SSR on 5 December 1936 - Declared 31 August 1991 - Completed on 25 December 1991
Area Total : 199,900 km (77,181 sq mi)
Population 2009 estimate : 5,482,000 (1999 census 4,896,100 ) - Density : 27.4/km (71/sq mi)
GDP - Purchasing power parity PPP : 2009 estimate - Total : $12.101 billion - Per capita : $2,253
GDP (nominal) : 2009 estimate - Total : $4.570 billion - Per capita : $851
Currency : Kyrgyzstani Som (KGS)
Time zone : - Kyrgyzstan Time KGT - (UTC) +6
Provinces of Kyrgyzstan and Raions of Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan is divided into seven provinces (sing. oblast (область), pl. oblasttar (областтар)) administered by appointed governors. The capital, Bishkek, and the second large city Osh are administratively independent cities (shaar ) with a status equal to a province.

Provinces of Kyrgyzstan
The provinces, and independent cities, are as follows:

City of Bishkek
Batken
Chuy
Jalal-Abad
Naryn
Osh
Talas
Issyk-Kul
City of Osh
Each province comprises a number of districts (raions ), administered by government-appointed officials (akim ). Rural communities (ayıl ökmötü ), consisting of up to 20 small settlements, have their own elected mayors and councils.
- Geography
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Map of Kyrgyzstan
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    President of the Kyrgyz Republic
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    Local government Official website (in Russian
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    Phones and Dial Codes
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