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OSCE Centre in Bishkek

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Beginn: 07/98

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OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek to become operational on 1 May 2017 (27.04.2017)

Following today’s decision of the OSCE Permanent Council in Vienna, the OSCE Centre in Bishkek will be transformed into the “OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek” as of 1 May 2017. According to the decision, the OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek will develop, implement and report on programmatic...

Kyrgyz opposition leader Omurbek Tekebayev detained (27.02.2017)

Authorities in Kyrgyzstan have detained a prominent opposition leader on charges of fraud and corruption, claims that his supporters say are politically motivated in advance of a presidential poll.

Kyrgyzstan to hold presidential election in November (15.02.2017)

Kyrgyzstan will hold its next presidential election on Nov. 19, a statement on President Almazbek Atambayev's website said Wednesday. Unlike in other former Soviet countries in majority-Muslim Central Asia, where democracy is limited and elections usually a foregone conclusion, the vote Kyrgyzstan...

Kyrgyzstan voting on constitutional changes (11.12.2016)

Kyrgyz are voting in a constitutional referendum that could shift key powers from the president to the prime minister … .

Uzbekistan pulls back troops from Kyrgyz-Uzbek border (26.03.2016)

Uzbekistan has pulled backed troops and military vehicles from a disputed segment of the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border, ending a weeklong standoff over the contested area.

Kyrgyzstan turns to Russia-led security body over incident with Uzbekistan (22.03.2016)

Kyrgyzstan initiated a special meeting of a Russia-led regional security body on Tuesday to address tensions with its bigger neighbour Uzbekistan after a group of Uzbek armoured vehicles and troops were deployed near their disputed border. The incident has not led to any violence, but underlined...

Kyrgyz PM secures support of new parliament coalition (02.11.2015)

Four parties jointly holding a majority in Kyrgyzstan's parliament agreed on Monday to establish a coalition and back incumbent Prime Minister Temir Sariyev, a move widely expected after the parties' success in the elections last month.

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