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24 December 2010 11:57
Iran and Kyrgyzstan have expressed their firm support for expansion of bilateral ties, vowing to explore all existing potentials for the promotion of national development.
"In light of current global situations, it is high time that the countries in the region such as Iran and Kyrgyzstan move towards reaching the maximum level of bilateral cooperation and further expansion of ties,"...
22 November 2010 10:11
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has expressed the Islamic Republic's support for strengthening stability and tranquility in Kyrgyzstan.
"Iran and Kyrgyzstan should make use of appropriate opportunities and prospects for the expansion of mutual relations," IRNA quoted President Ahmadinejad as speaking in a meeting with the special envoy of Kyrgyz president, Emil Kaptagaev, in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Monday....
10 August 2010 17:41
The Kyrgyz interim government says President Roza Otunbayeva has signed a decree setting October 10 as the date for the country's parliamentary elections.
The elections will make Kyrgyzstan the first country in Central Asia to have a democratic parliamentary system, which the country voted for in a June 27 referendum.
According to Reuters, the decree would allow Otunbayeva to act...
20 June 2010 16:00
Kyrgyzstan's military has started to clear the security barriers from across the southern city of Osh after more than a week of deadly ethnic clashes there.
Interim government authorities said Sunday that barricades must be removed to help restore normal life in the violence-hit region.
The government says it will extend the state of emergency until June 25 -- which...
16 April 2010 7:47
Kyrgyzstan's interim government says that it will extend by another year its accord with Washington over a US airbase despite earlier disagreements.
The interim government's deputy chief Omurbek Tekebayev announced on Friday that Bishkek "is extending by one year the validity of the agreement with the United States over the Manas Transit Center."
The Manas base is central to the...
13 April 2010 0:23
Iranian Foreign Minister Manoucher Mottaki has stated that the Islamic Republic wants peace and stability in the Central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan.
He made the remarks in a phone conversation on Monday with the interim leader of Kyrgyzstan, Roza Otunbayeva.
"We believe that the maintenance of peace and stability will benefit the Kyrgyz nation as well as the people and...
11 April 2010 15:15
Following a week of violence that gripped Bishkek, Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki urges the establishment of national unity in Kyrgyzstan.
"The Kyrgyz people will overcome difficulties through their vigilance," Mottaki said referring to the domestic developments in Kyrgyzstan.
Mottaki called on Kyrgyz political parties in to prepare the grounds for achieving national unity in line with the country's interests...
10 April 2010 15:48
Mourners have gathered in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek, to say goodbye to the victims of the unrest, which overthrew the government.
Thousands arrived in Bishkek's main square on Saturday to take part in the state-organized mass funeral on the second day of national mourning for those killed in the violence earlier in the week.
The ceremony follows Wednesday's violent clashes...
10 April 2010 0:35
Amid chaos and uncertainty in the Kyrgyz capital of Bishkek, the interim government of Roza Otunbayeva has moved to freeze the national banking system as speculations run high that the ousted president might take money out of the country.
The new chief of staff for the interim Kyrgyz government, Edil Baisalov, accused President Kurmanbek Bakiev on Friday of emptying the...
9 April 2010 4:54
Kyrgyzstan's new leaders have said they intend to remove a US military base, which currently serves as the premier air mobility hub for the US-led forces in Afghanistan, from their soil.
The interim government led by ex-foreign minister Roza Otunbayeva, has said it wants the US base, Manas, closed down for security reasons.
The remarks came amid growing uncertainty over...