Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan will not send troops to Syria to help Russia
Last fourt days, there were speculations that Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan might send troops to assist Russians in Syria.
This information was first reported after Turkish ambassador to Kyrgyzstan said that is being considered.
In reponce to that both countries stated this information is not true.
The issue of deployment of Kyrgyz troops to Syria has not been discussed in the framework of the visit of President Almasbek Atambayev to Russia, Foreign Minister of Kyrgyzstan Erlan Abdyldayev told reporters on June 23 in Kazan.
“As for the issues concerning the regional security, they are being discussed at various levels as part of international and regional organizations,” he noted.
According to Abdyldayev, this issue was raised in the framework of the Collective Treaty Organization at the initiative of the Russian side.
“Consultations were held, however, the issue has not been developed so far,” the diplomat added
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