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Kyrgyzstanis urged to get vaccinated against COVID-19

The Republican Headquarters for Combating COVID-19 urges Kyrgyzstanis to get vaccinated against COVID-19.According to the headquarters, in Kyrgyzstan as of May 30, 1 million 553 309 people received the vaccine against COVID-19:2 dose – 1 million 315 26…

President of Tajikistan to visit Uzbekistan

President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon will visit Uzbekistan on June 2-3, Trend reports.According to Asia-Plus, during the visit, he will hold talks with the leadership of Uzbekistan. The parties are expected to sign a number of important documents.The…

Children are guarantee for prosperous future of our country: Zhaparov’s congratulations

President of the Kyrgyz Republic Sadyr Zhaparov congratulated people of the country on June 1 – International Children’s Day.In his address, the Kyrgyz leader noted that respect for the rights of the child, protection of his life and health is one of t…

Minor earthquake occurred in Osh Oblast of Kyrgyzstan

A 3.5-magnitude on the Richter scale was registered in Osh Oblast of Kyrgyzstan at 8:54 p.m., the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the republic reported citing the Institute of Seismology.The quake magnitude made 3 points in Taldy-Suu and Sary-Mogol…

Uzbekistan, Oman discuss strengthening trade and economic ties

Deputy Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan Furkat Sidikov held talks with the Ambassador of Oman Ahmed Al Kathiry, KunUz reported.During the meeting, the parties discussed the current state of bilateral relations and prospects for further development of coo…

There were 5.4 thousand orphans in Kyrgyzstan in 2021

There were 5.4 thousand orphans in Kyrgyzstan in 2021, the National Statistical Committee of the country reported.So, at the end of 2021, 13.7 thousand children were brought up in families, of which 5.4 thousand were orphans, including 8.3 thousand in …

Coverage of vaccination of children against tuberculosis reached over 90% in Kyrgyzstan

Last year, the coverage of vaccinated children against tuberculosis and pertussis in Kyrgyzstan was more than 94%, the National Statistical Committee of the republic said Wednesday.In order to reduce the incidence of infectious diseases in the country,…