Sadyr Japarov

New version of Kyrgyz constitution signed

Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov on Wednesday signed a new version of the country’s constitution, approved in a nationwide referendum on April 11. The ceremony was broadcast live by the country’s TV channels. …

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Can rugged Central Asia solve border disputes

At a meeting last week, March 11, the presidents of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, Sadyr Zhaparov and Shavkat Mirziyoyev, respectively, agreed to open land and air communications between Uzbekistan and the Uzbekistani exclave of Sokh inside Kyrgyzstan, The Jamestown Foundation writes. Additionally, they pledged to resolve their disagreement over the disputed Unkur-Too territory, which Tashkent had claimed even though Bishkek has long viewed it as a critical part of Kyrgyzstan because it is the site of a television transmission station that country needs

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Kyrgyz President's Facebook page hacked

Kyrgyz President's press secretary Galina Baiterek explained the situation concerning the last comments on Sadyr Japarov's Facebook page. Facebook users found insulting comments on Japarov's page addressed presumably to MP …

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Kazakh and Kyrgyz Presidents adopt joint statement

President of Kyrgyzstan Sadyr Japarov and President of Kazakhstan Kasym-Jomart Tokayev adopted the joint statement following the talks held today in Nur-Sultan. The heads of state praised the positive dynamics of bilateral relations …

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Kyrgyz President arrives in Nur-Sultan

President of Kyrgyzstan Sadyr Japarov today has arrived in Kazakhstan for a state visit. The President was greeted upon landing at Nur-Sultan Airport by Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tleuberdi, Energy Minister …

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Putin to hold talks with Kyrgyz president in Moscow

Russian President Vladimir Putin will hold talks with his Kyrgyz counterpart Sadyr Japarov in Moscow on February 24, the Kremlin press service said in a statement on Saturday. "On February 24, 2021, Moscow will host talks between …

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Kyrgyzstan’s hasty transition

In January 2021, the citizens of Kyrgyzstan voted through a referendum to change the country’s political system, opting for a presidential form of governance that stands to boost the power of its newly elected president, Sadyr Japarov. While some argue this move could bring stability to the deeply divided society, others point out that it could also mark the beginning of a shift away from the openness that earned the country its reputation as the freest in Central Asia.

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Sadyr Japarov sworn in as new president of Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan’s President-elect Sadyr Japarov took office as the head of state on Thursday. His inauguration ceremony was broadcast live by the country’s state-run television. The ceremony was attended by former heads of state …

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Kyrgyz parliament approves new Cabinet of Ministers

Today, the parliament of Kyrgyzstan approved the new Cabinet of Ministers headed by Sadyr Japarov. All the deputies present voted unanimously for the candidacy of Japarov, ministers and program proposed by him, RIA …

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Kyrgyzstan: Power vacuum creates uncertainty and grab for top jobs

The opposition forces in Kyrgyzstan were stunningly rapid in seizing key government buildings, something that happened hours after police attempted to break up a protest rally, but they are proving less enthused about taking over a country deep in the throes of instability and economic crisis

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