Bishkek, Apr. 17, 2018 / Kabar/. The lyceums of the Sapat international educational institution in Kyrgyzstan are not subject to closure, chief of the foreign policy department of the Kyrgyz President’s Office Daniyar Sydykov told reporters at Kabar News Agency.
He explained that the founders of acting lyceums are citizens of Kyrgyzstan, and in this connection there are no grounds for stopping their activities on the territory of the country.
"No one will close Sapat lyceums. The Turkish side knows that today the founders of this educational institution are citizens of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Ministry of Education and Science," Sydykov said.
According to his data, over 11 thousand children study at Sapat lyceums today. The educational institution will continue its work in accordance with the current legislation of Kyrgyzstan, as well as the norms and requirements of the Ministry of Education and Science,” he said.
Sapat International Educational Institution is the private comprehensive educational institution in the Kyrgyz Republic acting on the basis of an agreement between the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Turkish Educational Association.
The Institute has branches in all parts of the country. Since 1992 the International Educational Institution was called Sebat and was renamed after Sapat in 2017 after the founders of the institution became the Ministry of Education of Kyrgyzstan.