Kyrgyz debt for agriculture projects comprises over $245.4 million.
As of August 2013, Kyrgyz debt for projects in the field of
agriculture comprises more than $245.42 million, coordinator of the
working group on monitoring of external loans Chinara Aitbaeva said on
August 27 at the round table discussion on the intermediate results of
the monitoring of the Rural Investments-2 project. Thus, today
Kyrgyzstan has active loans from the German Development Bank - 4 million
Euros, the Asian Development Bank - over 71.8 million of special drawing
rights (SDR), the International Development Association - 80.2 million
SDRs, and the International Fund for Agricultural Development - 5.9
million SDRs. Special drawing rights (SDRs) are supplementary foreign
exchange reserve assets defined and maintained by the International
Monetary Fund. Not a currency, SDRs instead represent a claim to
currency held by IMF member countries for which they may be exchanged.
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