Turkish President Abdullah Gul welcomed the settlement of political system in Kyrgyzstan.
Gul is currently in Kazakhstan to attend a series of celebrations to be held on the occasion of the 70th birthday of Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev and the anniversary of founding of the capital city of Astana.
Earlier in the day, Gul held a meeting with new Kyrgyz President Roza Otunbayeva in Astana, and congratulated her for the new post.
The two presidents assessed the new process in Kyrgyzstan, and Gul stressed the importance of setting up a legitimate administration in the country.
Gul underlined that settlement of a milieu based on confidence after the bad incidents in Kyrgyzstan was very positive, and he said that Turkey's support and assistance to the country would continue.
Otunbayeva thanked Turkey for its support, and expressed pleasure over the good relations between the two countries.
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 the country in April 2010 following anti-government protests that toppled the president, whom the opposition accused of usurping power.