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Highest sympathy for Russia is in Tajikistan; lowest in Azerbaijan – Sociologists

By Kuban Abdymen BISHKEK: The greatest sympathy for Russia and its humanitarian cooperation program is in Tajikistan and the least is in Azerbaijan, a survey has found. The All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM), together with the Eurasian Monitor Association, commissioned by Rossotrudnichestvo, conducted last year a sociological study of the public opinion in the […]

Avaza Summit shows Turkmenistan’s confidence

Avaza Summit shows Turkmenistan’s confidence

The leaders of Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Turkiye meeting in Avaza By Kuban Abdymen AVAZA: The trilateral summit of the heads of state of Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Turkiye in the Caspian resort of Avaza did not bring the result expected by some of its participants. Despite the fact that before the summit in this resort town […]

Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan work together to counter threats to security and sovereignty

Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan work together to counter threats to security and sovereignty

By Kuban Abdymen ASTANA: Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan will sign an agreement on allied relations. According to the document, the republics will jointly confront threats to the security and sovereignty of countries. The text of the draft of the relevant decree is published on the website of the regulatory legal acts of the Government of Kazakhstan. The […]

Busan is great city for EXPO 2030!

Busan is great city for EXPO 2030!

By Kuban Abdymen BISHKEK / SEOUL /BUSAN: The history of organization, selection of hostesses and holding of EXPO exhibitions begins in 1851 from the moment of signing the Convention for the Organization of International Exhibitions. The Bureau International des Expositions (BIE) serves as the governing body for three types of exhibitions: general, international and specialized. […]

Emergence, elimination of the fake information space

Emergence, elimination of the fake information space

Text of the speech delivered by Kuban Taabaldiev, Director General of Kabar News Agency, Kyrgyzstan, at the World Journalists Conference (WJC 2022) BISHKEK: We are witnessing the rapid increase of the influence the media flow has on big politics. Recent events fully prove such conclusions. Until now, the common perception was that political players use […]

Climate change and its impact on Central Asia

Climate change and its impact on Central Asia

Speech delivered at the World Journalist Conference on 20 April 2021 By Kuban Taabaldiev Director General, Kabar News Agency Kyrgyz Republic BISHBEK: The region of Central Asia is facing increasingly more irreversible processes caused by climate change. Many know of the tragedy in the region caused by the drying up of such a large lake […]

Kyrgyz Educational System

Kyrgyz Educational System

Since gaining independence in 1991, the Kyrgyz Republic has been gradually changing its former  Soviet-style educational system, with the authorities  paying great attention to improving its effectiveness.  They keep an open mind to implementing  new and successful approaches of educational systems in other countries, both in primary and secondary schools, as well as universities and […]

Threat of the ISIL and Kyrgyzstan

Threat of the ISIL and Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan is a country where the level of democracy and freedom of speech is significantly different from the neighboring countries. The gradually growing economy already requires an increase in electricity generation. For further development of the economy, Kyrgyzstan needs to attract foreign investment. The state’s attempts to attract investors from Russia for the construction of […]

Ukraine and new tensions in the world

Ukraine and new tensions in the world

Developments in Ukraine, which began in November 2013, shocked the world. That shock was not because the people revolted against the government and demanded changes, but because it was causing change to the world order, which remained as such for many decades. Divided by political priorities, the modern world has two camps that oppose each […]

De-nuclearization way to prosperity

De-nuclearization way to prosperity

Among other negative effects, World War II left the problem of a divided Korea. Despite the fact that it was completely divided into the North and South several years after the end of World War II, the current state of their relations are still a consequence. The situation on the peninsula was even more complicated […]

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