Farmers in Kyrgyzstan are exempt from land tax for 3 years

Sadyr Japarov, The President of Kyrgyzstan, has signed a decree exempting farmers from land tax in Kyrgyzstan.

“Efforts are being made to support agriculture, which, while not a big deal, will ease your burden. From January 1, 2022, you will not have to pay taxes on irrigated land, arable land, pastures and hayfields. The tax you pay will be covered from the state budget” Japarov stated farmers.

The head of state also announced that a loan of 6% per annum will be provided. “According to our calculations, we can provide for all of you in the next 3-4 years,” he added.

According to the President "even one meter of irrigated land in Kyrgyzstan cannot be left without crops”. "The local government will bear responsibility for this" the report said.

“We are talking about food security. No farming - no food security. The majority of the food is now imported. On the contrary, we need to export. The state does its best to export and provides all possible assistance. In turn, it is necessary to use loans purposefully and effectively, to help the state" worded the President of Kyrgyzstan.