The Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Sapar Isakov got acquainted with the state of the dilapidated building of Pervomaiskaya secondary school in Belovodskoye village. The Public Relations and Media Department of the Government’s Executive Office reported.
The working group, which inspected the building of the educational institution, decided to suspend its operation. The school students were transferred to other buildings of the school.
Sapar Isakov also inspected the construction site of a new building, the construction of which was suspended due to the lack of money.
The Prime Minister instructed the Ministry of Finance to determine the sources of funding for the full completion of the construction of the school, designed for 750 students. He instructed to put the school into operation by the forthcoming academic year, also providing for the construction of a sports block, a school hall and a dining room.
Readers informed 24.kg news agency that children study at a dilapidated building in Belovodskoye village.
The school was built in 1930. In 2012, a technical inspection was conducted which recognized the building dangerous.
According to the district administration, the new school consists of three buildings: a three-story educational building and two two-story buildings, one of which has a dining room and a hall, the other — a gym. As of today, the readiness of the new building is about 90 percent. Every day more than 30 people work at the site. The project costs 150 million soms.