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Top Events in Kyrgyzstan

Top Events in Kyrgyzstan

The Third World Nomad Games in Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan hosted the Third World Nomad Games in the country’s resort town of Cholpon-Ata on September 2-8, 2018. More than 1.5 thousand athletes from 66 countries of the world took part in it, competing in 37 kinds of ethno-sports. The presidents of Kazakhstan, Turkey, Tatarstan (Russia) and the […]

Fragile ties between Moscow and Minsk

Fragile ties between Moscow and Minsk

On March 9th, Kyrgyzstan hosted the all prime ministers of the EAEC (Eurasian Economic Community). The agenda of the intergovernmental council identified 14 issues. One of the key issues was the state of trade between countries. This issue was dealt with directly by all the Prime Ministers of the EAEC. According to the board of […]

Central Asia: 25 Years without Miracle

Central Asia: 25 Years without Miracle

From September till December 2016 all five Central Asian countries- Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan – have lived in the special historical atmosphere: one after another they have celebrated 25th anniversary of independence. A quarter of century passed since they gained independence after the collapse of the former Soviet Union. Throughout this period, with […]

The National Heritage of Kyrgyzstan: Manas

The National Heritage of Kyrgyzstan: Manas

The brightest pearl in Kyrgyz literature is the national epic “Manas,” and its eponymous main character – the hero who united the Kyrgyz. “Manas” is listed as the intangible cultural heritage of humanity by UNESCO. This epic consists of over half a million lines of poetry and is the longest epic in the world. “Manas” […]

Hydropower Plant Discussions in Central Asia

Hydropower Plant Discussions in Central Asia

Akmaral SABATAR, The MagazineN, Kyrgyzstan The Rogun Hydropower Plant (HPP) is being constructed on the Vakhsh River in the Pamir Mountain, Tajikistan. The dam will be the world’s tallest one and will provide the country a stable energy supply. Emomali Rahmon, the president of Tajikistan, joined the opening ceremonies of the construction. He also watched […]

The United States and Uzbekistan Presidential Elections: Possible Impact on Afghanistan and Central Asia Policy

The United States and Uzbekistan Presidential Elections: Possible Impact on Afghanistan and Central Asia Policy

(Timings of the American and Uzbekistan Presidential Elections nearly within a month together with the functioning of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and forthcoming Tripartite meeting of Russia, China and Pakistan over Afghanistan may likely lead to major policy shifts in America’s Afghanistan and Central and South Asian policy trends).   BACKGROUND:  leadership changes after the Presidential […]

Iran’s Rouhani to visit Armenia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan

Iran’s Rouhani to visit Armenia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan

President of Iran Hassan Rouhani will visit Armenia at the invitation of President Serzh Sargsyan. After his trip to Armenia, Rouhani is expected to travel to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. During his meetings with the three leaders, IRI President will discuss bilateral cooperation and will exchange views on regional and international challenges, Fars agency reported.

Kyrgyzstan Discusses the Bill Banning Foreign Media Ownership

Kyrgyzstan Discusses the Bill Banning Foreign Media Ownership

Akmaral SABATAR – Journalist at NTS Kyrgyzstan In Kyrgyzstan, a debated draft bill concerning the media came into agenda. The Kyrgyz Parliament has prepared an initial approval to a bill banning foreign individuals and organizations from owning and establishing media outlets in the country. The proposed legislation also bans domestic activities of media outlets financially […]

Korea to Promote Food Security and Reduce Poverty in Kyrgyzstan

Korea to Promote Food Security and Reduce Poverty in Kyrgyzstan

The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) signed a three-year agreement to improve food security, nutrition and resilience to climate-related and economic shocks for more than 80,000 vulnerable people in four Kyrgyz provinces, Relief Web reported. Under the agreement, KOICA will provide WFP with US$4 million to design […]

A Terrorist Act to Undermine the Kyrgyz-Chinese Relations

A Terrorist Act to Undermine the Kyrgyz-Chinese Relations

An explosion which occurred in the late August near the Chinese Embassy in Bishkek is officially recognized as a terrorist act. The explosion on the southern outskirts of Bishkek thundered at 09:33 (AM) by local time. It was heard from almost all over the city. Upon arrival of the first fire brigades, police, and doctors, […]

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