Turkey's FM Davutoglu to visit Kyrgyzstan soon

Turkey welcomed approval of Kyrgyzstan's new constitution in a referendum on June 27.

Turkey's FM Davutoglu to visit Kyrgyzstan soon

Turkey welcomed approval of Kyrgyzstan's new constitution in a referendum on June 27.

Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on Tuesday, "the referendum, which was held in a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere, undoubtedly constituted a significant step for development of a democracy and rule of law in Kyrgyzstan."

"Turkey as the current president of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia (CICA), will continue extending full support to Kyrgyzstan's democratization and reform process. We are also determined to make any contribution to Kyrgyzstan to complete the parliamentary elections on October 10 in a democratic atmosphere," it said.

The Ministry said that Turkish diplomat Fatih Ceylan held a series of talks with Kyrgyz authorities in Bishkek on June 15 and 18 as the special envoy of the Turkish government and informed them on an action plan that could be carried out by the chairmanship of CICA.

"During his visit to Kazakhstan on June 21 and 22, Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev and Foreign Minister Kanat Saudabayev. During the talks, Turkey as president of CICA and Kazakhstan as president of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) agreed to support Kyrgyzstan," it said.

The Ministry added that Davutoglu would travel to Kyrgyzstan in the coming days.

People of Kyrgyzstan approved the new constitution in a referendum on June 27 after an interim government led by former foreign minister, Roza Otunbayeva, came to power in April 2010 in Kyrgyztan following anti-government protests toppled the president, whom the opposition accused of usurping power.


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