Religion in Kyrgyzstan

The Kyrgyz Republic is a country that has become home to many nations who profess different religions.
The largest ethnic group that lives in the country is Muslims (83%). Christians consider the second. They make up about 15%.
Religion in the Republic has no restrictions. Here, everyone chooses his or her own spiritual identity.

In the Kyrgyz Republic, they quietly allowed the activities of various religious organizations.
In 2009, the law "About Freedom of Conscience and Religious Organizations in the Kyrgyz Republic" was adopted.

Today, in Kyrgyzstan, there is an increased interest in religion. There are over 40 churches, 1338 mosques, and about 200 houses of worship.
In addition, in Kyrgyzstan, a large number of religious educational institutions are registered.

The Kyrgyz Republic is a democratic, secular state in which religion, in its significance, has no official status.