Kyrgyzstan Opens IT Hub In Its Jalal-Abad

(MENAFN- Trend News Agency) BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan, April 13. Sadyr Zhaparov,Kyrgyzstan's president, cut the red ribbon at the opening ceremonyof a new IT center in Jalal-Abad, Trend reported.

According to the presidential press office, the center, builtthrough a public-private collaboration, is a three-story IT hubwith a total project cost of 65.363 million soms ($733,426).Construction began in May 2023. The IT-RUN company carried out theproject with assistance from the state and the municipality ofJalal-Abad.

The center provides programming education for both youngsters andadults. The municipality's commission selects 10 free IT schoolplaces each year for individuals aged 7 and up.

President Zhaparov inaugurated the center, emphasizing thedevelopment of the IT industry as one of the state's key strategicgoals. He stressed Kyrgyzstan's potential to become a regionalleader in information technology, citing public-privatepartnerships as an efficient way to attain this aim.

Zhaparov emphasized the significance of developing the IT businessnot only in the capital but throughout the country. He urgedregional authorities to provide extensive assistance to youngpeople and investors interested in expanding Kyrgyzstan'sinformation technology infrastructure.



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