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· July, 2009

Stories about Kyrgyzstan from July, 2009

Kyrgyzstan Sets Up the Anti-terrorist Centre

15, July, the President of Kyrgyzstan Kurmanbek Bakiev gave interview to the American New York Times. During the interview, he told [ru] that Kyrgyzstan was going to set up the...

Kyrgyz Airlines Still Banned in Europe

Elena informs that the European Commission published the new List of airlines banned within the EU, featuring 17 – i.e. all – Kyrgyz airlines.

Kyrgyzstan: Games around Manas Air Base

Katya Fisher Yoffe reflects on the Kyrgyzstan’s decision to permit US troops to use Manas Air Base in an apparent game to balance interests of Washington and Moscow.

Kyrgyzstan: Free Market Research Center Officially Launched

Mirsulzhan informs that the Central Asian Free Market Institute opened the doors in Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan. It is aimed at becoming the leading think-tank for the whole region, providing...

Kyrgyzstan: UNESCO shields environment

Elena reports that Sulamain-Too, the Sacred Mountain, has become the Kyrgyzstan’s first site to be inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

Does Global Financial Crisis Affect Kyrgyzstan? writes [ru] that global financial crisis started in the February, 2007. That month Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac) stopped the buying-out the subprime mortgages. A lot of...

Kyrgyzstan: Manas to be used by US troops

Elina reports that after intense diplomatic pressure by the United States, the Kyrgyz Republic has decided to allow US troops to use the Manas air base as a transit stop...

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