Contents tagged with Kyrgyzstan
The German court found Alex D. (a citizen of Kyrgyzstan) guilty of participation in the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, reports Deutsche Welle.
Alex D. fought on the side of the pro-Russian separatists in Donbas for about two years. The mercenary was detained in 2016 when he returned to Germany, and now he was found guilty of preparing a "serious crime that threatens state security."
Photos that were attached to the criminal case show Alex D. posing on the tank, then holding a Kalashnikov …
Russia has given Kyrgyzstan a new shipment of armored vehicles and helicopters worth around $6 million, the Russian Defense Ministry announced, as cited by Interfax.
At the handover ceremony held at the Russian air base in Kant, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu clarified that Kyrgyzstan would be receiving two multipurpose Mi-8MT medium helicopters and nine reconnaissance and patrol vehicles. He remarked that the helicopters would help with transport and search-and-rescue operations in …
Russia is continuing the Soviet practice of making multi-billion dollar investments into regimes near and far that are loyal to the Kremlin.
The Russian government has agreed to grant free financial assistance to Kyrgyzstan, announced Russian presidential aide Yuri Ushakov on Wednesday.
Kyrgyzstan itself sent the request for financial assistance. Russia agreed to allocate $30 million to support the republic’s federal budget. The decision was made earlier in March, but was not reported on, …
Russian President Vladimir Putin amended the decree from January 1, 2016 "On Measures to ensure economic security and national interests of Russia during the transit of goods from Ukraine to the Republic of Kazakhstan or the Kyrgyz Republic through the territory of the Russian Federation." He extended it for half a year, until July 1, 2019, the Russia’s government website of legal information.
The decree entered into force on December 31, 2018. It stipulates that inter-country transportation …
Russian President Vladimir Putin amended the decree of January 1, 2016 regarding measures to ensure the economic security and national interests of the Russian Federation in the implementation of international transport of goods from the territory of Ukraine to the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan or the Kyrgyz Republic through the territory of the Russian Federation. Putin extended these measures for another six months, until January 1, 2019, as reported by the Russian government portal …
President Vladimir Putin signed a bill on the ratification of an agreement between the governments of Russia and Kyrgyzstan on the settlement of the latter's debts on loans.
The agreement writes off the remainder of Kyrgyzstan’s debt totaling $ 240 million. Russia already wrote off the first part of the debt, $188.9 million back in 2013. Nevertheless, Kyrgyzstan still owed $300 million.
Since Kyrgyzstan was not able to repay the debt, the countries agreed to write it off by $30 million a …
A second Russian Federation military base may be deployed In Kyrgyzstan, stated the country’s Prime Minister, Sapar Isakov.
“Consultations were held on this issue at the level of the relevant ministries. The Kyrgyz Republic believes that to ensure security not only in Kyrgyzstan, but also in the region as a whole, it is necessary to deploy a military base in the south," Isakov said in an interview with RIA Novosti.
At the same time, Sapar Isakov noted that a final decision on this issue has …
According to the head of the State Duma Defense Committee Vladimir Shamanov , Moscow is negotiating with Astana and Bishkek on the deployment of troops from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan in the de-escalation zones in Syria, as reported by RIA Novosti.
Shamanov sad that the Russian authorities are also in similar negotiations with Turkey.
“Negotiations are under way now, and the question is being worked out to ensure that the Russian military police take part in keeping order in Syria, as well as …
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed an order that approved a one-time write-off of Kyrgyzstan’s debt to Russia in the amount of $240 million, according to information published on the official website containing legal information.
“As of March 30, 2017, the amount owed by the Kyrgyz side to the Russian side … is $240 million ... 100% of the amount owed by the Kyrgyz side to the Russian side … is liable to a one-time write-off, effective as soon as this order goes into effect,” the …
Direct financial losses for Ukraine as a result of Russia’s aggressive trading amount to nearly a billion dollars, Deputy Minister for Economic Development and Trade and Trade Representative of Ukraine Nataliya Mykolska said in an interview with DT.UA.
The greatest loses affected exports to Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.
“Our biggest losses were exports to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, where 40 percent of exports was lost. But exports to other countries were also hit as well. If it’s all totaled up, …