Batken Region is a region (oblast) of Kyrgyzstan. Its capital is Batken. It is bounded on the east by Osh Region, on the south, west and north by Tajikistan, and on the northeast by Uzbekistan. The northern part of the region is part of the flat, agricultural Ferghana Valley. The land rises southward to the mountains on the southern border: the Alay Mountains in the east, and the Turkestan Range in the west.
The region consists of 3 districts:
|Providing electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning||663.0||691.1||687.5|
|Water supply, cleaning, waste treatment and secondary raw materials||59.5||71.8||81.3|
|Local budget funds, mln. KGS||71.8||117.5|
|Funds of enterprises, mln. KGS||330.1||258.2|
|Funds of the population, mln. KGS||1026.6||1036.5|
|Republican budget funds, mln. KGS||546.5||737.9|
|Foreign loan funds, mln. KGS||847.8||1158.3|
|Foreign grant and humanitarian aid, mln. KGS||180.4||367.6|
|Foreign direct investment funds, mln. $||2.3||90.2|
The geographical position of the region is distinguished by the fact that several enclaves (archipelagoes) belonging to neighboring states are located on its territory. In this regard, the transport arteries pass through many borders and enclaves.