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Wednesday, June 19, 2024


Attacks on Students: Kyrgyz Rioters to Be Punished


Kyrgyz Foreign Minister’s Statement on Legal Action Against Rioters

Kyrgyzstan’s Foreign Minister, Jeenbek Kulubaev, has revealed that those responsible for the current screams can be penalized under Kyrgyz regulations on Attacks on Students.

Meeting Between Pakistani and Kyrgyz Officials

According to a message via the honest statistics employer APP, Pakistan’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar, was happy with his Kyrgyz partner, Foreign Minister Jeenbek Kulubaev, in Astana the day before the Attacks on Students.

Focus on Recent Developments in Bishkek

The assembly centered on the present-day tendencies in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, and Pakistani citizens’ welfare. Deputy Prime Minister Dar emphasized that Pakistan’s primary problem is the protection and well-being of its citizens.

Concerns for Attacks on Students

Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar emphasized the insecurity and anxiety shared by Pakistani students in Kyrgyzstan. He requested Foreign Minister Kulubaev to ensure the protection and safety of these Attacks on Students. The Deputy Prime Minister also called for accountability for those responsible for any Attacks on Students.

Assurances from the Kyrgyz Government

Foreign Minister Jeenbek Kulubaev assured that the Kyrgyz government had taken swift action to restore law and order. He emphasized that individuals involved in the mob riots would be punished according to Kyrgyz law. Kulubaev reassured the Deputy Prime Minister of the safety of Pakistani citizens and guaranteed full support for the safe return of students wishing to return to Pakistan.

Appreciation for Kyrgyz Efforts

Senator Ishaq Dar expressed his appreciation for the Kyrgyz government, the health department, and law enforcement agencies for providing necessary protection to Pakistani Attacks on Students. He thanked Foreign Minister Kulubaev for his efforts in ensuring the safety and well-being of Pakistani nationals.

Continued Bilateral Cooperation

The Deputy Prime Minister burdened the importance of preserving near touch between Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan. The meeting additionally protected discussions on enhancing bilateral members of the family, in particular in areas that include power, connectivity, trade, and people-to-human contacts. Both dignitaries expressed delight with the development made through bilateral institutional mechanisms.

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