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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ASIA IN NARYN</I> - 2004-07-07

Date: 
Wednesday, 2004, July 7
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Spiritual leader of Ismailits Prince Aga Khan is taking part in laying of the foundation stone of University of Central Asia. After the ceremony in Tadjik city of Horog, where the leading University will locate the Prince will arrive in Kyrgyzstan on July 7. The first stone of the branch of this University also will be laid with the participation of President Askar Akayev in Naryn town.

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H.H. Prince Karim Aga Khan IV


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University of Central Asia LaunchedFirst University in the Region Dedicated to High Mountain Populationswith campuses in Tajikistan, Kyrgyz Republic and KazakhstanKhorog - UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ASIA IN NARYN - 2004-07-07

President Emomali Rahmonov of Tajikistan, joined His Highness the Aga Khan, Imam (spiritual leader) of the Ismaili Muslims on 6th July, in laying the foundation stone of the Khorog campus in Tajikistan - the first of three campuses of the University of Central Asia (UCA). The Vice-President of Afghanistan, Nematullah Shahrani also attended the ceremony. The second campus of the UCA was inaugurated in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic on 8th July, by His Excellency the Prime Minister of Kyrgyz Republic, Mr. Tanaev, in the presence of Prince Amyn Aga Khan and Governor Salymbekov.

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Spiritual leader of Ismailits Prince Aga Khan is taking part in laying of the foundation stone of University of Central Asia. After the ceremony in Tadjik city of Horog, where the leading University will locate the Prince will arrive in Kyrgyzstan on July 7. The first stone of the branch of this University also will be laid with the participation of President Askar Akayev in Naryn town.This private, noncommercial high society University will serve the region with its 25 million people.

University of Central Asia LaunchedFirst University in the Region Dedicated to High Mountain Populationswith campuses in Tajikistan, Kyrgyz Republic and KazakhstanKhorog - UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ASIA IN NARYN - 2004-07-07

President Emomali Rahmonov of Tajikistan, joined His Highness the Aga Khan, Imam (spiritual leader) of the Ismaili Muslims on 6th July, in laying the foundation stone of the Khorog campus in Tajikistan - the first of three campuses of the University of Central Asia (UCA). The Vice-President of Afghanistan, Nematullah Shahrani also attended the ceremony. The second campus of the UCA was inaugurated in Naryn, Kyrgyz Republic on 8th July, by His Excellency the Prime Minister of Kyrgyz Republic, Mr. Tanaev, in the presence of Prince Amyn Aga Khan and Governor Salymbekov.

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