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Another incident took place at the border between Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan: Uzbek border guards wounded and captivated Kyrgyz colleague at the marginal area of Mombekov frontier post, the Jalal-Abad border detachment.

According to press-office of Kyrgyz Border Service, on January 17 during the service at the border four Kyrgyz military officers located two Uzbek border guards near Chek settlement on Kyrgyz side. The short conversation resulted in the conflict.


Kazakhstani investigators revealed the track of Kyrgyz special services in the murder of journalist Gennadiy Pavlyuk. Considering the nature of today’s ruling regime, there is nothing new here. The persecution of believers in the southern part of the republic, the Nookat events, the murders and assaults against politicians, journalists, public figure, the conflicts in the Petrovka village and the Balykchi events prove that current regime, its characteristics and application are the major source of troubles.


Another person with the last name of Bakiev joined the government in Kyrgyzstan. Last week Maxim Bakiev, the youngest son of Kyrgyz President was appointed as the head of Central Agency for Development, Investment and Innovation (CADII). Now it seems like Maxim Bakiev is going to immediately prove his consistency as the new independent political figure.


Kyrgyzstan's government has announced its resignation, as a result of President Kurmanbek Bakiyev's call for sweeping reforms.

"Today the full cabinet submitted its resignation," spokesman Marat Kadyraliyev told reporters.

Mr Bakiyev has recently discussed making major changes to the Kyrgyz government to increase his own power.

Mr Bakiyev was re-elected in July, after a vote which was criticised by Western election monitors.