May 29, 2023
Flags of Russia and Kyrgyzstan

Russian leader Vladimir Putin and Kyrgyz President Sadyr Japarov expressed their readiness to deepen military and military-technical cooperation between the two countries, including within the framework of the agreement on the Russian military base in Kyrgyzstan dated September 20, 2012.

The Presidents discussed issues related to ensuring security in Central Asia in the context of jointly countering external challenges and threats. Putin and Zhaparov focused on strengthening the Armed Forces of Kyrgyzstan and developing Russian military facilities located on the territory of the republic.

The parties expressed concern about the attempts of a number of countries to hinder the establishment of a multipolar world order. About this on Monday, May 8, informs Kremlin press office.

It also became known about the plans of Kyrgyzstan to open new consulates in St. Petersburg and Kazan. The relevant decrees have already been signed by Zhaparov. The goal is to promote a favorable legal stay in Russia for citizens of Kyrgyzstan.

The Presidents also noted the demand for the CIS as a platform for direct dialogue and the development of collective decisions on topical issues and declared their intention to participate in the development of the Union’s potential. In addition, the leaders agreed to coordinate emergency response, coordinate measures to protect against unfair competition, and counter the falsification of history.

Putin said that relations between the Russian Federation and Kyrgyzstan are now are on the rise. He expressed confidence that this trend will gain momentum. The Russian leader called the fact that representatives of Kyrgyzstan arrived in Moscow on the eve of Victory Day a landmark event. Also Putin accepted the invitation Zhaparov to visit Kyrgyzstan this year.

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