World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey has decided to speed up its support of loan with low interest rate and donation of USD106 million to contribute to development of Kyrgyzstan.
On Tuesday, at the prime ministry building in Bishkek, where Kyrgyz Prime Minister Cantoro Satibaldiyev took place as well; Turkish Ambassador in Bishkek Nejat Akcal and Kyrgyz Deputy Minister of Finance Mirlan Baygoncokov signed an additional act to the previously signed agreement of USD 106 million loan support and donation.
Akcal told AA that, in the purpose of speeding up the use of loan, they signed an act. When the matter of subject agreement of USD100 million loan and USD6 million donation becomes valid, USD10 million credit will be transferred to Kyrgyzstan.
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