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Daily Archives: September 21, 2021

Bishkek hosts the International Business Forum “Dialogue of Women Entrepreneurs Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan”

The international business forum “Dialogue of Women Entrepreneurs Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan” is being held in Bishkek today, September 21, the press service of the Kyrgyz Parliament reports.The forum is attended by Deputy Speaker of the Jogorku Kenesh Aida…

Deputy General Director of Manas Airport: Some airlines are engaged in ticket resale by 110%

Deputies of the Jogorku Kenesh Committee on Transport, Communications, Architecture and Construction at a meeting on September 21 at the initiative of the chairman of the Committee, Mahabat Mavlyanova, considered the issue of servicing passengers of in…

Development of civil society and media sphere discussed in the Senate

The next meeting of the Club of Young Experts under the Senate was held today with the participation of the Chairman of the Chamber, Maulen Ashimbaev. The topic of the sixth session was the trends in the development of civil society, the state and pros…

The parliamentary delegation of Uzbekistan visited the memorial complex “Ata-Beyit”

Chairman of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan Tanzila Narbaeva, within the framework of an official visit to Kyrgyzstan, today, on September 21, visited the Ata-Beyit memorial complex, laid a wreath at the grave of the writer …

Senate considers bill to expand housing opportunities for children with disabilities

At a meeting of the Senate Committee on Social and Cultural Development and Science, the deputies discussed a draft law concerning the strengthening of social protection of certain categories of citizens.The document, adopted in the first reading at th…

COVID-19: How the world is vaccinated

More than 229 million people worldwide are infected with the COVID-19 virus. As of September 21, 68,803 people are being treated for coronavirus infections in the country. Of these, 987 people are in critical condition, 261 patients are in critical con…