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Situation tense after new incident near disputed Kyrgyz-Tajik border area (23.04.2019)

Kyrgyzstan has been attempting to build a new stretch of road in the area for years, stopping and restarting construction work repeatedly while negotiators from the two countries try to reach a formal border delineation agreement.

Kyrgyz-Tajik negotiators reach agreement, reopen border crossing after deadly clashes (18.03.2019)

A disputed section of the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan reopened on March 18 following the successful conclusion of four days of bilateral talks. The border had been closed following violent clashes between locals on March 13 that left two Tajik citizens dead and three Kyrgyz citizens...

Kyrgyzstan gets new government (25.04.2018)

A new Kyrgyz government has been sworn in in parliament less than a week after the previous government was dismissed.

Kyrgyz prime minister dismissed (19.04.2018)

Kyrgyzstan on Thursday jettisoned its 29th prime minister in less than three decades of independence as new President Sooronbai Jeenbekov looks to cement control over the Central Asian country.

Kyrgyzstan inaugurates new President in peaceful transfer of power (24.11.2017)

Kyrgyzstan's new president has been inaugurated in the capital, Bishkek, in a first peaceful transfer of power between elected presidents in the region. Sooronbai Jeenbekov replaces President Almazbek Atambaev, who was constitutionally barred from seeking a second term.

Sooronbay Jeenbekov wins historic election (15.10.2017)

[…] The former Soviet republic, a close ally of Russia, is now on track for its first peaceful power transfer between elected presidents since independence in 1991.

Atambaev signs law on Kyrgyz-Uzbek border (02.10.2017)

Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambaev has signed a law demarcating 85 percent of the 1,280-kilometer Kyrgyz-Uzbek border. According to the law signed on October 2, some 1,171 kilometers of the border between the two former Soviet republics are now considered fully defined. The border issue between the...

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