Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov commented on media reports on the suspension of financial assistance to Kyrgyzstan due to the political crisis. However, he did not confirm that Russia had suspended aid to Kyrgyzstan, but noted that “a certain pause makes sense.”
“Now, of course, since there is no government as such and since we are now seeing such a crisis moment in the republic, therefore, of course, before all departments and all organizations start working, a certain pause makes sense,” said Mr Peskov during a press conference. call.
The press secretary was asked to comment on the message of RBC about the suspension by Russia of any financial assistance to Kyrgyzstan. Sources of the newspaper noted that the pause will continue until the political situation in the country stabilizes.
The crisis in Kyrgyzstan began on October 4, after the parliamentary elections and the protests that followed. Kyrgyz President Sooronbai Jeenbekov dismissed a number of senior officials, and on October 15 announced his own resignation. The new prime minister of the country, Sadyr Japarov, said that he took over the duties of the president from today.
About the resignation of the President of Kyrgyzstan – in the material of “Kommersant”.
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