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Districts of Kyrgyzstan

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Kyrgyzstan
Constitution
Legislative

The provinces of Kyrgyzstan are divided into districts (raions), administered by government-appointed officials. Rural communities (aiyl okmotus) consisting of up to twenty small settlements have their own elected mayors and councils. The raions are listed below, by province:

Districts of Batken Province

Rural raions of Kyrgyzstan


Batken province is divided administratively into 3 districts:[1]

District Capital Population (2009) Area (km²) Density (/km²) Towns Urban-type
settlements
Villages Number
on map
Batken District Batken 69,591 5,948 11.7 42 2
Kadamjay District Pulgon 157,597 6,146 25.6 4 103 3
Leilek District Isfana 116,861 4,653 25.1 1 46 1

Districts of Bishkek City

The capital city of Bishkek has the status of province[2] and is divided into four districts:[3]

  • Leninskiy District
  • Oktyabrskiy District
  • Pervomayskiy District
  • Sverdlovskiy District

Districts of Chüy Province

Chüy province is divided administratively into 8 districts and the district-level city of Tokmok:[4][5]

District Capital Population (2009) Area (km²) Density (/km²) Towns Urban-type
settlements
Villages Number
on map
Alamudun District Lebedinovka 147,208 1,503 98 50 27
Chüy District Tokmok 44,753 1,756 25.5 38 29
Jaiyl District Kara-Balta 90,348 3,435 26.3 1 36 24
Kemin District Kemin 41,924 3,533 11.9 4 33 30
Moskovsky District Belovodskoye 83,641 2,056 40.7 28 25
Panfilov District Kaindy (Kayyngdy) 39,837 2,606 15.3 1 20 23
Sokuluk District Sokuluk 158,137 2,550 62 1 68 26
Ysyk-Ata District Kant 131,503 2,415 54.5 1 58 28
City of Tokmok Tokmok 53,087 41 1,294.8 1

Districts of Issyk Kul Province

Issyk Kul is divided administratively into 5 districts:[4]

District Capital Population (2009) Area (km²) Density (/km²) Towns Urban-type
settlements
Villages Number on the map
Ak-Suu District Teploklyuchenka 62,524 9,917 6.3 38 40
Jeti-Oguz District Kyzyl-Suu 79,328 14,499 5.5 42 39
Tong District Bokonbaevo 48,870 7,230 6.8 1 29 38
Tup District Tyup 56,416 2,121 26.6 1 36 37
Issyk Kul District Cholpon-Ata Belovodskoye 74,973 3,603 20.8 1 30 36

Districts of Jalal-Abad Province

Jalal-Abad is divided administratively into 8 districts:[1]

District Capital Population (2009) Area (km²) Density (/km²) Towns Urban-type
settlements
Villages Number on the map
Aksy District Kerben 106,049 4,578 23.2 1 68 1
Ala-Buka District Ala-Buka 81,488 2,976 27.4 41 2
Bazar-Korgon District Bazar-Korgon 132,051 1,965 67.2 57 3
Nooken District Massy 109,687 2,336 47 1 54 4
Suzak District Suzak 220,675 3,019 73.1 1 123 5
Toguz-Toro District Kazarman 21,417 3,816 5.6 13 6
Toktogul District Toktogul 83,479 7,815 10.7 1 44 7
Chatkal District Kanysh-Kyya 21,154 4,608 4.6 2 9 8

Districts of Naryn Province

Naryn province is divided administratively into 5 districts:[1]

District Capital
Ak-Talaa District Baetov
At-Bashi District At-Bashy
Jumgal District Chaek
Kochkor District Kochkor
Naryn District Naryn

Districts of Osh Province

Osh province is divided administratively into 7 districts:[1]

District Capital
Alay District Gulcha
Aravan District Aravan
Chong-Alay District Daroot-Korgon
Kara-Kulja District Kara-Kulja
Kara-Suu District Kara-Suu
Nookat District Eski-Nookat
Uzgen District Uzgen

Districts of Talas Province

Talas province is divided administratively into 4 districts:[4]

District Capital No. on

the map

Bakay-Ata District Bakay-Ata 20
Kara-Buura District Kyzyl-Adyr 19
Manas District Pokrovka 21
Talas District Manas 22

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d Kyrgyzstan: Provinces, districts, district capitals. Retrieved on 7 April 2009
  2. ^ Law on the Status of Bishkek, 16 April 1994, article 2 (Russian). Retrieved on 7 April 2009
  3. ^ Districts of Bishkek (Russian). Retrieved on 7 April 2009
  4. ^ a b c Классификатор СОАТЕ
  5. ^ The Government of the Chuy Province: The districts of Chuy Oblast (Russian)

External links

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