Bishkek, Feb. 14, 2018. / Kabar /. Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Sapar Isakov took part in the official opening ceremony of the secondary school in Orozbekov village of Batken oblast, the Kyrgyz Government’s’ press service reported.
Speaking at the opening of the school the head of government said that a great deal depends on the work of teachers.
"The future of Kyrgyzstan depends on our contribution to the development of children. Children should receive good knowledge in order to glorify and develop our country in the future," Isakov said.
The Prime Minister also noted that Batken oblast has taken the path of dynamic development. In the past six years, large works have been carried out in the region to build important social facilities.
The head of government handed the school a certificate for a computer class. Construction of the school has begun in 2015. The two-storey school is designed for 275 seats with a sports hall of 288 square meters and a dining room for 40 people.
Further, the prime minister get acquainted with the progress of construction of a 45-apartment building in Kadamzhai. This facility is intended for earthquake victims in Kadamzhai region in 2011.
At the end of the trip, Isakov got acquainted with the activities of the Arpasay-Bereke Bagy cooperative, which is engaged in growing and selling seedlings.