Naryn Region is the largest region (oblast) of Kyrgyzstan. It is located in the east of the country and borders with Chuy Region in the north, Issyk Kul Region in the northeast, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China in the southeast, Osh Region in the southwest, and Jalal-Abad Region in the west. Its capital is Naryn. The region was established on 21 November 1939 as Tien-Shan Region. On 20 December 1962 the region was dissolved, but on 11 December 1970 re-established again. On 5 October 1988 it was unified with Issyk-Kul Region, and, finally, on 14 December 1990 it got back its present name: Naryn Region.
The region consists of 5 districts:
|Providing electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning||863.3||921.1||865.0|
|Water supply, cleaning, waste treatment and secondary raw materials||34.3||38.0||59.8|
|Domestic investment, mln. KGS||4.9||7.8|
|Funds of enterprises, mln. KGS||173.3||115.4|
|Funds of the population, mln. KGS||611.7||706.2|
|Republican and local budget funds, mln. KGS||501.2||396.6|
|Foreign loan funds, mln. KGS||2869.9||1943.1|
|Foreign grant and humanitarian aid, mln. KGS||221.0||1722.0|
|Foreign direct investment funds, mln. $||3.1||0|
|Natural sands, tons||7270.0||7650.0||7650.0|
|Dolomite uncalcined, tons||29497.6||33861.9||21784|
|Coal and lignite, thsd. tons||865.2||1066.6||1252198.9|
|Barium sulfate natural (barium), tons||12464.0||9728.0||10915.6|
The main highway runs from the Chinese border at Torugart Pass north to Balykchy on Issyk Kul Lake.