Turkey – Kyrgyzstan Political Relations

Turkey became the first country to recognize the independence of the Kyrgyz Republic, December 16, 1991 and diplomatic relations were facilities on January 29, 1992 in the two countries. In 1992, embassies opened in Bishkek and Ankara mutually.

The relations between Turkey and Kyrgyzstan political foremost among strategic partnership level. In the country, economic / commercial, military, culture / education, health, multi-dimensional relations, particularly in the field of transport, are continuing in a broad legal basis for the framework agreement and protocol consists of over two hundred.

Signed in 1997 by both countries’ presidents “Eternal Friendship and Cooperation Agreement”, published in 1999, “Turkey and Kyrgyzstan: Together Towards the 21st Century” statement and signed in 2011. High-Level Strategic Cooperation Council (YDSK) Joint Statement on the Establishment, the foundation of our current strategic partnership documents.

A large number of high-level visits have been made between the two countries so far, especially at the level of the Presidents. On April 25-28, 2011, Kyrgyz President visited the Republic of Turkey as Prime Minister of Almazbek Atambayev and established the mechanism of High Level Strategic Cooperation Council (YDSK) with the visitation visit and the first meeting of YDSK was held. On April 9-11, 2013, Mr. President visited our country in Kyrgyzstan in the capacity of prime minister. YDSK II. The meeting was held. Kyrgyzstan-Turkey YDSK III. The meeting was held in the Republic of Turkey on 3 June 2014 in the capacity of Prime Minister under the chairmanship of the President of the Republic of Turkey Sayyın and the President of Kyrgyzstan Atambayev.

The multilateral planda, the Kyrgyz Administration, is taking part in and supporting the formation within the Turkish world, especially the Turkish Council. In this context, Kyrgyzstan will also host the Turkish World Sports and Nomadic Cultural Centre, which was decided to be established during the Turkish Council V. Summit.

Our country attaches importance to the stability and development of Kyrgyzstan, which is carrying out the democratic transformation in the Central Asia geography. In this framework, since the beginning of the political and institutional transformation period, Kyrgyzstan has provided support at all levels. On the other hand, the expectations of the Kyrgyz authorities within the scope of our country’s struggle with FETÖ continue to be transferred to the Kyrgyz side in every way.

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