Kyrgyzstan's prime minister shed green light to Turkish businessmen on Wednesday.
Premier Almazbek Atambaev said that Turkish businessmen had faced many problems in Kyrgyzstan so far, and his country would solve all those problems.
"We will protect your rights, and our government will close all institutions that cause problems for businessmen and investments," Atambaev said during a Turkish-Kyrgyz Business Forum in Bishkek.
Atambaev said the government had launched a fight against mafia and crime gangs, and the government would give green light to Turkish businessmen from now on.
The Kyrgyz prime minister called on Turkish businessmen to invest in his country, and defined Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit as fruitful since two countries made significant decisions during this visit.
On the sidelines of the forum, Turkey and Kyrgystan signed six memoranda of understanding on trade and economy.
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