Prime Minister first in KYRGYZSTAN insures his home

The State Insurance Company of Kyrgyzstan has begun insurance of housing against fire and natural disasters. The first who made it was the Prime Minister Temir Sariev.

The Prime Minister called on all Kyrgyz citizens to follow his example and to insure their homes against total or partial destruction in case of a natural disaster. "Starting next week, all the heads of ministries and departments will also insure their homes," press service quoted Temir Sariev as saying.

The Law On obligatory insurance of dwellings against fire and natural disasters entered into force in Kyrgyzstan on February 11, 2016. Insurance rates are approved by government decree: 1,200 soms in urban areas and 600 soms - in the countryside. Read the full story

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