Whether your Kyrgyzstan MBBS degree is valid in Spain depends on the specific medical university you graduated from. Not all medical universities in Kyrgyzstan are accredited by the World Health Organization (WHO), and only medical degrees from WHO-accredited universities are considered valid for practicing medicine in Spain.
If you graduated from a WHO-accredited medical university in Kyrgyzstan, your MBBS degree should be valid in Spain. However, you may still need to undergo a process of equivalence assessment in order to practice medicine in Spain. This process is typically conducted by the Spanish Agency for Medical Quality and Assessment (AEMPS).
To be eligible for equivalence assessment, you must submit your MBBS degree and other relevant documents to the AEMPS. The AEMPS will then review your documents and determine whether your degree is equivalent to a Spanish MBBS degree. If your degree is found to be equivalent, you will be granted a temporary license to practice medicine in Spain. You will then need to complete a one-year internship in Spain in order to obtain a permanent license to practice medicine.
If you graduated from a medical university in Kyrgyzstan that is not WHO-accredited, your MBBS degree is not likely to be valid in Spain. In this case, you would need to complete a full medical degree program in Spain in order to practice medicine in Spain.
To be sure whether your Kyrgyzstan MBBS degree is valid in Spain, you should contact the AEMPS directly.