University of Central Asia’s Kyrgyz Campus Completes Critical New Infrastructure

Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic, 1 September 2010 – A new three-kilometer diversion of the Naryn State Road constructed by the University of Central Asia (UCA) — one of several infrastructure projects completed by UCA that are essential for full-scale construction to start — was formally handed over by UCA to the Naryn Oblast Administration, in the presence of the President of the Kyrgyz Republic Roza Otunbaeva, ministers and government officials, AKDN representative Mrs. Nurjehan Mawani and UCA Director General Bohdan Krawchenko.

In a special message to President Otunbaeva, His Highness the Aga Khan, Chancellor of UCA, emphasized the significance of the construction of the US$ 2.5 million Naryn-Baetovo road and its safest possible location.

“This road was of critical importance for the UCA site, as the land that it releases between itself and the river has made it possible for the architects and land planners to site the campus buildings in the most sun-exposed area, and as far removed as possible from the area of the greatest seismic risk,” wrote the Aga Khan.

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