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Electronic queueing system to be introduced at schools of Kyrgyzstan

An electronic queueing system will be introduced at schools of Kyrgyzstan in 2019. The Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Mukhammedkaly Abylgaziev announced at a meeting of the Security Council.

The head of the Cabinet noted that digital technologies were being introduced in all areas of society. The launch of Tunduk system helps fighting bureaucracy and contributes to the quality provision of state services to the population.

According to Mukhammedkaly Abylgaziev, the government will soon launch the second phase of Safe City project.

«We will cover the whole country at the second stage. Surveillance cameras will be installed on Bishkek — Naryn, Bishkek — Osh, Bishkek — Balykchi, Sary-Tash, Osh — Irkeshtam highways,» the head of government said.

According to him, 30,000 foreigners have already taken advantage of the electronic visa system.

«There are 300 registered residents in the High-Tech Park. At least 30,000 jobs will be created in this area in the future,» Mukhammedkaly Abylgaziev told.