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Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have reached a ceasefire agreement on border clashes

Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have reached a ceasefire agreement on border clashes

According to the Interfax news agency, Kyrgyzstan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs Information Department issued a message on the 29th, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan diplomatic institutions have reached a comprehensive ceasefire agreement on the border armed conflict, the agreement has been from Bishkek time on the 29th at 20 o’clock.

Sources said that on the day of the armed conflict in the border area of Jita, Foreign Minister Kazakbayev and Ta Foreign Minister Mukhridin reached a negotiated agreement, the two sides have announced a comprehensive ceasefire and the withdrawal of armed forces to the original location.

Prior to this, Kyrgyzstan’s President Zaparov 29 called a government meeting. He said that the two countries can always find common language and that all issues in bilateral relations should be resolved on the basis of taking into account the interests of both sides and peace. Zaparov stressed that the most dangerous are those who seek to provoke conflict.

In addition, Prime Minister Maripov and Prime Minister Rasulzoda, who are attending the meeting of the Intergovernmental Committee of the Eurasian Economic Union in Russia, held an emergency meeting in Kazan. Both sides have said they will negotiate a solution to the border conflict.

On the 29th, two areas on the border of Gita where there is a territorial dispute have occurred in the exchange of fire between the border guards of the two countries. According to media reports, the clashes left one person dead and nearly 30 injured;

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