On July 14, Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan Kubatbek Boronov reported at a briefing that thirty thousand packages of "Heparin" are expected to be delivered from Uzbekistan soon.

"We have agreed with the head of the government, Abdulla Aripov. They produce "Heparin" within a week and send thirty thousand packages to Kyrgyzstan, " Boronov said.

According to him, negotiations are also being held with Iran, India, Pakistan and the CIS countries. It is planned to deliver a large batch of medicines which are not currently available in pharmacies in Kyrgyzstan from Iran in the near future.

Boronov noted that along with cooperation with pharmaceutical companies, the government is also conducting public procurement of necessary medicines.

According to the government of the Kyrgyz Republic, the pharmaceutical companies in Kyrgyzstan have imported about 8 thousand packages of "Kleksan" and about 20 thousand packages of "Heparin". Medical supplies are also expected to arrive in this week.

With the increase of the number of people infected with coronavirus, Kyrgyzstan faced a shortage of medical staff and medicines. The cost of drugs has also jumped sharply.