Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan will exchange disputed territories for the first time


For the first time in stories Relations between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan are disputed territories. The decision was made at a meeting of the intergovernmental commission on delimitation and demarcation of the border of the two countries in the Kyrgyz city of Batken.


This was reported by the Tajik edition of Asia-Plus, citing a competent source.

The parties to the negotiations were led by deputy prime ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic and the Republic of Tatarstan. On the Kyrgyz side, it was Akram Madumarov, and on the Tajik side, Azim Abrokhim.

The decision to exchange was the result of lengthy disputes between Bishkek and Dushanbe on the issue of border territories. According to the source, half of the disputed area will go to Kyrgyzstan, and the second - to Tajikistan. In total, the exchange will affect 23 hectares of land.

Where exactly the border of the two countries will now go is not yet specified. Initially, it was about the village of Somonien, but at a meeting with the inhabitants of this village, Deputy Prime Minister Azim Abrokhim assured people that their exchange would not affect them.

There is unconfirmed information that the Tajik side offered the Kyrgyz to exchange a section between their village of Chorkuh and the Kyrgyz village of Samarkandek. Before that, Bishkek proposed a site of Teskey in Samarkandek and Aryk-Asty, owned by the village government of Kok-Tash.

It is known that at the end of the meeting in Batken, the participants signed an agreement on cooperation in the field of demarcation and delimitation of the border. The next meeting of vice prime ministers on this issue is scheduled for late March.
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  1. Shurik70 24 February 2020 11: 50 New
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    Well, thank God
  2. sergo1914 24 February 2020 11: 53 New
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    Powerful news. I don’t understand how I used to live, not knowing about this event.
    1. rich 24 February 2020 12: 08 New
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      Until March 1, the parties will determine “equal in size and importance” areas for exchange. They agreed to redraw the borders where people live "in a checkerboard pattern."
      Topographers of both countries intend to work together. “Technical groups produced 134 large-scale maps, and five more maps remained to be prepared. The front of work, tools for delimiting the state border have been created, ”Razakov noted.
      People live in a "checkerboard pattern" in the settlements of Kok-Tash and Tash-Tumshuk. “In the event of a conflict, it is difficult for law enforcement and law enforcement agencies to act, since the houses are mixed up.
      The total border of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan is 970 km. After the collapse of the USSR, skirmishes became more frequent in places where the two peoples lived together. 70 sites remain controversial on the contact line between the Batken region of Kyrgyzstan and the Sogd region of Tajikistan.
    2. knn54 24 February 2020 12: 18 New
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      And they lived like that. When they traveled from Osh to Jalal-Abad (after becoming independent, they crossed the Kyrgyz-Tajik border several times. But then there was the USSR.
      Ferghana Valley, however. The rest is just mountains
      1. Humpty 24 February 2020 12: 27 New
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        Quote: knn54
        And they lived like that. When they traveled from Osh to Jalal-Abad (after becoming independent, they crossed the Kyrgyz-Tajik border several times. But then there was the USSR.

        It was probably hard then. About how to cross the Romanian border a couple of times on the road from Leningrad to Moscow wink
        1. Serg65 24 February 2020 13: 08 New
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          hi Healthy Sasha!
          Quote: Humpty
          It was probably hard then

          With Budun, and this does not happen! laughing
          1. Humpty 24 February 2020 13: 16 New
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            Quote: Serg65
            With Budun, and this does not happen!

            Hello !
            Let's put the pluses to the guy. For a quality yesterday!
            1. Serg65 24 February 2020 13: 23 New
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              Quote: Humpty
              Let's put the pluses for the guy

              laughing Congratulations on one and a happy holiday !!!
        2. vm-bt 24 February 2020 15: 26 New
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          kidding me, talk? so you probably knew better from L-city and Moscow
          1. Tank hard 24 February 2020 21: 14 New
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            Quote: vm-bt
            kidding me, talk? so you probably knew better from L-city and Moscow

            They were born and live there, they know better, but what side do you have in this topic?
            1. vm-bt 24 February 2020 21: 32 New
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              And the side that I was born and did not live very far from those places I have well-known friends from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, and I am glad that (finally) in those places they have begun, at the very least, to negotiate, rather than arrange provocations, pogroms and shoot
              1. Tank hard 25 February 2020 01: 57 New
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                Quote: vm-bt
                And the side that I was born and lived not very far from those places

                Where? For example, I was born in the capital of the Kyrgyz SSR, the city of Frunze (now Bishkek) in 1973 and lived there until 2005.
                1. Serg65 25 February 2020 07: 41 New
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                  Quote: Tank Hard
                  Where?

                  laughing Where? Yes, on the Internet, he was born!
                  hi Hi zema!
                  1. Tank hard 25 February 2020 07: 56 New
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                    Quote: Serg65
                    Where? Yes, on the Internet, he was born!
                    Hi zema!

                    hi Hello, Sergey!
                    Understood ... repeat
                  2. The comment was deleted.
                  3. vm-bt 27 February 2020 16: 26 New
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                    on the Internet - it was you born, a mask, in 1965, when I was born, there was no Internet
              2. Serg65 25 February 2020 07: 40 New
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                Quote: vm-bt
                And the side that I was born and lived not very far from those places

                Well, if you were born there, Vladimir, can you tell me, mediocre, how can I get from Osh to Jalal-Abad, through Tajikistan? And preferably with the names of the settlements that you will pass, a tourist!
                1. vm-bt 27 February 2020 16: 32 New
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                  Well, that's nice. open your face, Gyulchetai! We read carefully.
                  I did not pave the way from Osh to Jalalabad, and I did not write about this.
                  And the letters to me with you = jalalabado - Osh commanders measured = non-hands. I am from N-ska. Questions?
              3. vm-bt 27 February 2020 16: 36 New
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                still young ... 12.1965
      2. Aviator_ 24 February 2020 12: 33 New
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        Invite the Sumerians, they will dig mountains.
        1. Aviator_ 24 February 2020 12: 49 New
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          Offended by a sumer, set a minus.
      3. Serg65 24 February 2020 13: 06 New
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        [quote = knn54] from Osh to Jalal-Abad(after independence became oblast) crossed several times Kyrgyz-Tajik border[/ Quote]
        what How's that?
        1. Barmaleyka 24 February 2020 15: 17 New
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          very simple, the roads to the USSR were laid on the basis of convenience and opportunity without looking at the admin border
          1. Serg65 25 February 2020 07: 35 New
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            Quote: Barmaleyka
            roads in the USSR were laid on the basis of convenience and opportunity without looking at the border admin

            what Based on this, I can confidently say that the road to Moscow was laid through Magadan?
            1. Barmaleyka 25 February 2020 08: 03 New
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              wrote nonsense
              1. Serg65 25 February 2020 08: 06 New
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                Quote: Barmaleyka
                very simple

                Similar to your stupidity about traveling to Jalal-Abad from Osh, through Tajikistan! You can’t go north through the south, Vladimir!
                1. Barmaleyka 25 February 2020 08: 36 New
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                  you don’t know how to read or with an understanding of the problem you read,

                  and best of all, study geography, well, at worst, look at the Yandex map
              2. Barmaleyka 25 February 2020 08: 37 New
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                It’s much easier to put a minus than to strain the Moscow system or study a topic, and a thread card, well, for the sake of interest, looked? !!!
                1. Serg65 25 February 2020 09: 17 New
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                  Volodya, calm down!
                  Quote: knn54
                  When we traveled from Osh to Jalal-Abad (after independence, it became a regional) crossed the Kyrgyz-Tajik border several times

                  On your map where Kyrgyz-Tajik the border????????
                  Quote: Barmaleyka
                  It’s much easier to put a minus than to strain the Moscow system or study a topic, and a thread card, well, for the sake of interest, looked? !!!

                  So look at the map, well, at least for fun! And when you look, you will be surprised to learn that Jalal-Abad from Osh is located in the northeast, and specifically for you, as a connoisseur of geography, 22 degrees on the NNE! Tajikistan is located west and southwest of Osh! This is firstly, secondly ... the Osh-Jalal-Abad road has been passing exclusively along at least 5 years Kyrgyz territory !!!
                  And by the way, minus is not mine! hi
                  1. Barmaleyka 25 February 2020 11: 11 New
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                    Quote: Serg65
                    On your map where is the Kyrgyz-Tajik border ????????

                    firstly, I don’t remember what we would drink brudershaft, secondly, open your eyes
                    Quote: Serg65
                    So look at the map, well, at least for fun! And when you look, you will be surprised to learn that Jalal-Abad from Osh is located in the northeast, and specifically for you, as a connoisseur of geography, 22 degrees on the NNE! Tajikistan is located west and southwest of Osh!


                    1. Serg65 25 February 2020 11: 44 New
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                      Quote: Barmaleyka
                      firstly I don’t remember that we would drink broodershaft

                      Sorry, emotions.
                      Quote: Barmaleyka
                      secondly, develop eyes

                      Ooohh, Volodya, my friend, if you look at your map, then in the north-north-west of Osh, you will see a bold black inscription "Andijan", that, Vladimir, Andijan is the administrative center of Andijan region Republic of UZBEKISTANIe ALL the area beyond the brown line north of Osh is UZBEKISTAN !!!! The nearest Tajik territory is located strictly west, 120 km from the city of Osh! Hopefully now the question is settled?
                      1. Barmaleyka 25 February 2020 14: 12 New
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                        Once again you read my post, read carefully
                        Now explain where and what I'm wrong
                      2. Serg65 25 February 2020 14: 28 New
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                        laughing Stubborn you are a guy, Volodya!
                        Quote: Barmaleyka
                        Once again you read my post, read carefully
                        Now explain where and what I'm wrong


                        Quote: Serg65
                        [quote = knn54] from Osh to Jalal-Abad(after independence became oblast) crossed several times Kyrgyz-Tajik border

                        what How's that? [/ Quote]
                        After THIS your post followed
                        Quote: Barmaleyka
                        very simple, the roads to the USSR were laid on the basis of convenience and opportunity without looking at the admin border

                        Those. to my question to a certain knn54 about how, when moving from Osh to Jalal-Abad, you can manage to cross the Kyrgyz-Tajik border at least once, you get into a conversation with your polemic about the possibilities of construction and admin borders, thereby trying to prove to me the fact that when moving from Osh to J. Abad, you can safely cross the Tajik border several times. To my answer that this cannot be done physically, you basically began to insult me ​​..
                        Quote: Barmaleyka
                        study geography best, well, at worst, look at Yandex map

                        Quote: Barmaleyka
                        putting an inus is much easier than straining a mosK or studying a topic, but who-thread a card, well, for the sake of interest, have you looked?

                        Quote: Barmaleyka
                        secondly, develop eyes

                        I hope I answered your question?
                        Quote: Barmaleyka
                        explain where and what I'm wrong
          2. vm-bt 27 February 2020 16: 39 New
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            "The road to Moscow is TransSib, and a little more - BAM !!!
            And there are no more sensible roads ... they have not been built in 200 years ...
  3. Well done 24 February 2020 12: 56 New
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    I, unlike the rest, plus you. I am also not warm, not cold from such news. If only they did not violate traffic rules and did not touch our women.
  • bessmertniy 24 February 2020 11: 54 New
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    An amazingly peaceful solution to a territorial dispute. All territorial disputes in the territory of the former USSR would be resolved in this way - there would be less tension in relations.
  • kapitan92 24 February 2020 11: 56 New
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    Interesting news, given that such an exchange of territories between the two former republics of the USSR is carried out for the first time.
    I would like the author of the article to publish a map of the area indicating these settlements. Search on maps
    the section between his village Chorkuh and the Kyrgyz village of Samarkandek.
    section of Teskey in Samarkandek and Aryk-Asty, owned by the village government of Kok-Tash.

    I don `t want. hi
    1. Humpty 24 February 2020 12: 29 New
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      Quote: kapitan92
      I would like the author of the article to publish a map of the area indicating these settlements

      Near Isfara. The most northeastern corner of Tajikistan.
      1. vm-bt 24 February 2020 15: 28 New
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        correcting ... well
    2. LiSiCyn 24 February 2020 12: 43 New
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      Mountainous terrain. There are few roads. Water too. All points along the rivers. The border winds like a hare. Kyrgyzstan - Tajikistan - Uzbekistan. One of the most difficult areas in Central Asia.

      Below is Uzbekistan.
      1. Aviator_ 24 February 2020 12: 52 New
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        Clear. Below is the fertile Ferghana valley, and this is a mountainous area to the north, in the channel of the river.
    3. Kasym 24 February 2020 20: 30 New
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      Vyacheslav (captain92), you are mistaken. Between Russia and Kazakhstan already was similar and can happen ... Chelyabinsk region. the village “Ogneuporny” left, and Kazakhstan received 520 hectares in exchange .. Something else was decided on the lakes at the border, but I don’t remember the details. They say that the demarcation of our joint border will be completely completed by 22-23. There are still mountains ahead and a similar case may happen, or maybe not one.
      I am glad that our parties agree on a good neighborly basis, taking into account the interests of local residents. hi
      1. kapitan92 24 February 2020 20: 36 New
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        Quote: Kasym
        Vyacheslav (captain92), you are mistaken. Between Russia and Kazakhstan it was already like this and can still happen ..

        Thank. Interesting. Did not know. Indeed, in 2005 there was something similar. 520 ha. drinks hi
        1. Kasym 24 February 2020 21: 22 New
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          In the "Refractory" infrastructure with the Russian Federation, and indeed all had Russian citizenship. A quarry with refractory clay was given along with the village.
          With lakes - there was a border along the coast - a border zone and all that. Well, they shared it somehow.
          Now Altai has remained.
          drinks - with the past Holiday !!!
  • Mountain shooter 24 February 2020 11: 58 New
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    How everything is up and running. A quarter square kilometer of territory can cause bloody showdowns.
    1. Ham
      Ham 24 February 2020 12: 11 New
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      there is a highland ... every patch of fertile land counts!
      1. Humpty 24 February 2020 12: 30 New
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        Quote: Ham
        there is a highland ..

        Where is it, sorry? These villages are in the valley.
        1. Ham
          Ham 24 February 2020 12: 53 New
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          villages in the valley and around the mountain! I lived in Ferghana - the same thing there - enclaves ... poking around on every patch of land ...
          and also the question of water ... water and land - and then, as the Kyrgyz have fertile land and the Tajiks have water (for example), here’s an endless source of strife and quarrels ...
          in the days of the ussr questions were simply resolved — between the directors of local collective farms — they simply changed lands and that’s it! Well, now, every bogeyman - bye, that’s it.
          before putting minus (although I do not care) brains then strain ...
          1. Humpty 24 February 2020 13: 09 New
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            Quote: Ham
            I lived in Ferghana

            Good . The most interesting thing in the vicinity is Sauk Jailau. Seen close. True, this is in Kyrgyzstan, but not far.
            Quote: Ham
            before putting minus (although I do not care) brains then strain ...

            It's not me, maybe a sumer?
        2. maidan.izrailovich 24 February 2020 12: 58 New
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          Where is it, sorry? These villages are in the valley.

          Yes there is a valley.
          But in both countries, most of the territory is mountains. And in some places very high. Therefore, for them, land in the valley is worth its weight in gold.
  • Thrifty 24 February 2020 12: 07 New
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    Do people live in a place of exchange? And how will the citizenship problem be solved for them?
  • Mouse 24 February 2020 12: 11 New
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    internecine graters ... God forbid that we would agree ....
    and then they are such ....
  • Mordvin 3 24 February 2020 12: 21 New
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    In total, the exchange will affect 23 hectares of land.

    Oh bark! And this is a lot, 23 hectares? laughing
    1. Aviator_ 24 February 2020 12: 32 New
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      The territory of the office in which I work is 98 ha.
      1. Mordvin 3 24 February 2020 12: 34 New
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        Quote: Aviator_
        The territory of the office in which I work is 98 ha.

        Here I am about that. 23 hectares, a couple of bags of potatoes can be planted. laughing
    2. Humpty 24 February 2020 12: 37 New
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      Quote: mordvin xnumx
      Oh bark! And this is a lot, 23 hectares?

      Do not speak . Taking into account the fact that the Tajik Vorukh enclave and the Altyn-Mazar appendix of Kyrgyzstan block the natural passage routes on the territory of more than a thousand km2.
  • ltc22A 24 February 2020 12: 31 New
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    But during the USSR there were no such disputes. hi
    1. Mordvin 3 24 February 2020 12: 36 New
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      Quote: ltc22A
      But during the USSR there were no such disputes.

      There were. In the late 80s. Ferghana ... Chechens transported money through Dagestan ...
      1. Serg65 24 February 2020 13: 13 New
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        Quote: mordvin xnumx
        In the late 80s. Ferghana

        There were graters for the earth?
        1. Mordvin 3 24 February 2020 13: 32 New
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          Quote: Serg65
          There were graters for the earth?

          The Armenians and the Azeris have long divided the land. Take Nagorno-Karabakh at least.
          1. Serg65 24 February 2020 13: 36 New
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            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            Armenians with Azeris

            The conversation is not about Karabakh, but about Ferghana! In Ferghana, why did they cut each other's throats?
            1. Mordvin 3 24 February 2020 13: 53 New
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              Quote: Serg65
              In Ferghana, why did they cut each other's throats?

              For land, as I understand it.
              1. Serg65 24 February 2020 14: 01 New
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                Quote: mordvin xnumx
                For land, as I understand it.

                No, my friend Vladimir, not for the land! The first secretary of the Central Committee of Uzbekistan Nishanov was too much for Soviet power, which Gorbachev and Kryuchkov did not like!
                1. Mordvin 3 24 February 2020 14: 05 New
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                  Quote: Serg65
                  No, my friend Vladimir, not for the land! The first secretary of the Central Committee of Uzbekistan Nishanov was too much for Soviet power, which Gorbachev and Kryuchkov did not like!

                  Duc ... And for what Musa shot right and left? I wanted to be the new Dzhemal.
                  1. Serg65 24 February 2020 14: 08 New
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    And why did Musa shoot right and left?

                    Musa?
                  2. Tank hard 25 February 2020 02: 08 New
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                    Quote: mordvin xnumx
                    Duc ... And for what Musa shot right and left? I wanted to be the new Dzhemal.

                    What Moses do you mean?
  • Boris Ivanov 24 February 2020 13: 06 New
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    we all need to understand .. the more calm, and reason in the heads of the specific princes, and local khans from the post-Soviet republics. the less opportunities the "partners" of Russia have .. to loosen and arrange all sorts of "maidans." of the revolution of roses, and tulips. in the post-Soviet territories.
  • Ali Kokand 24 February 2020 13: 46 New
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    The issue of land and water in our area is sometimes just a matter of survival, and no one will concede. And those who see the native expanse beyond the window for fifteen days by train cannot understand this. Borders here, as correctly noted in the comments before, were not, there were lands of the Kokand Khanate, and then the empire and the USSR. People lived and suddenly borders, and your land is not yours. And knowledgeable people say that the borders were specially made so that there was no agreement between the peoples. Just in case. But there are different cases, so we have what we have.
    1. Grits 24 February 2020 14: 23 New
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      Quote: Ali Kokand
      And those who see the native expanse beyond the window for fifteen days by train cannot understand this.

      So I do not understand this. Just as I look at the overgrown fields in my Far East, at abandoned villages in which hundreds of hectares of former vegetable gardens are abandoned, at abandoned summer cottages, the thought immediately - those who want to work on the land - come to us. Maybe we won’t even buy tomatoes from the Chinese. And about water ... it even happens too sometimes.
      1. Humpty 24 February 2020 14: 44 New
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        Quote: Gritsa
        Maybe we won’t even buy tomatoes from the Chinese.

        When does snow usually melt and fall? I'm serious .
        1. Grits 24 February 2020 16: 53 New
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          Quote: Humpty
          When does snow usually melt and fall? I'm serious .

          In early April, the snow is melting. Falls by the middle of November
    2. Tank hard 24 February 2020 21: 23 New
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      Quote: Ali Kokand
      lands of the Kokand Khanate,

      Longtime enemies of the Kyrgyz ...
      1. Serg65 25 February 2020 07: 56 New
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        Quote: Tank Hard
        Longtime enemies of the Kyrgyz

        Eee my friend, this is how to say, if we are talking about Chuysky, Issyk-Kul and Naryn, then yes! And Talal and Alai often steered Kokand!
        1. Tank hard 25 February 2020 07: 58 New
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          Quote: Serg65
          Eee my friend, this is how to say, if we are talking about Chuysky, Issyk-Kul and Naryn, then yes! And Talal and Alai often steered Kokand!

          I will not argue, I think you know this question better than me. hi
          1. Serg65 25 February 2020 08: 02 New
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            This is a question for the unity of the Kyrgyz nation, you probably know about the relations of northerners and southerners wink
            1. Tank hard 25 February 2020 08: 06 New
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              Quote: Serg65
              This is a question for the unity of the Kyrgyz nation, you probably know about the relations of northerners and southerners

              By the way, I would love to read a good article on this topic. Whoever wrote it is preferably impartial. hi
              1. Serg65 25 February 2020 08: 26 New
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                laughing Two difficulties! Impartiality and confusion of the subject of study! You understand, Kokand did not deal with archives, and the Russian and Soviet administrations considered this problem insignificant! I've been interested in the topic of Sovietization of Kyrgyzstan for a long time, but only fragmentary data, it is even impossible to put them into one picture. For example, the topic of the first legalized persecution of Russians ( laughing and under the Russians, you know, Belarusians, Ukrainians, Poles, and even Koreans), so this topic is generally taboo!
                1. Humpty 25 February 2020 09: 20 New
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                  Quote: Serg65
                  so this topic is generally taboo!

                  Quote: Tank Hard
                  By the way, I would love to read a good article on this topic. Whoever wrote it, preferably impartially

                  This topic is also taboo. Because all the artificiality of the national structures of the SA will immediately become apparent. Our ancestors and created. Because :
                  Quote: Serg65
                  Kokand did not deal with archives, and the Russian and Soviet administrations considered this problem insignificant!

                  Who was convenient and called, for simplification. For example, in Iran, a look at who is of what nationality in the SA differs from our official one. If you write in an impartial way, then they will be even more at odds with each other. I look through my fingers at the Kyrgyz versions of my story where, for example, Yusuf Balasaguni was renamed "Dzhusup Balasagyna", they already renamed the leader of the Soviet period (Abdurakhmanov) so that he did not look like an Uzbek. They use a substitute for history, they are so much more fun.
                  There is a book through the search engine is easily located. "The pearl in the wall of the barracks." I was familiar with the author, in some places the former names of nationalities migrated conditionally to the north of Kyrgyzstan in the second half of the 18th century are mentioned in connection with Chinese circumstances. And in Elista there are records of exactly where they used to live and where they moved.
                  1. Serg65 25 February 2020 10: 15 New
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                    Quote: Humpty
                    This topic is also taboo.

                    Hi Sash hi
                    And the impartial history of our region is still quite interesting and fraught with many mysteries bully . I used to talk with the old people, but right now I don’t have anyone to find out from! Previously on the street Chekhov's Cossacks, sent from Samsonovskaya, lived, told a lot of interesting things, he was so young, stupid, there is nothing to write down ....
                    1. Humpty 25 February 2020 10: 44 New
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                      Quote: Serg65
                      the impartial history of our region is still quite interesting and fraught with many mysteries

                      Good day ! It is really interesting, only slightly connected with those who now attribute it to itself.
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                        Quote: Humpty
                        little connected with those who now ascribes it to himself.

                        laughing Nuuu, this is the modern fashion trend of all young Nazis! Some people dig the sea, others become the grandchildren of Adam, others won out that all the Russian nobles of theirs will be! bully
                      2. Humpty 25 February 2020 10: 54 New
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                        Some people dig the sea, others become the grandchildren of Adam

                        In the relevant section of medicine, this is called hypercompensation.
                        In philosophy - resentment.
                        From Russian literature - smerdyakovschina.
                      3. Serg65 25 February 2020 10: 55 New
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                        From Russian literature - smerdyakovschina.

                        what hypercompensation is more beautiful in harmony laughing
                2. Tank hard 25 February 2020 22: 11 New
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                  And the impartial history of our region is still quite interesting and fraught with many mysteries

                  Wow ... Here are three films I know where the mentality of the Kyrgyz people is not bad enough (IMHO):
                  "Shot on the Karash pass"
                  "Scarlet Poppies Issyk - Kul"
                  "Descendant of a white leopard" (unfortunately, I can’t find this film on the net, in good quality).
                  1. Serg65 26 February 2020 09: 02 New
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                    That yes

                    Friendly, read at your leisure about Nikolai Konstantinovich Romanov, an interesting person! His house is still preserved in Tashkent, right now there is the Ethnographic Museum of the East.
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                    Friendly, read at your leisure about Nikolai Konstantinovich Romanov,

                    Ok, the advice is accepted. hi
  • bistrov. 24 February 2020 14: 49 New
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    "... 23 hectares of land ...", hehe ..., "agronomic territories" ... is just ridiculous.
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      Quote: bistrov.
      "... 23 hectares of land ...", hehe ..., "agronomic territories" ... is just ridiculous.

      In Asia and the Caucasus, they can start a war for less. hi
  • Ros 56 24 February 2020 18: 53 New
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    Anyway, it’s better to agree peacefully than then put human lives for it.
  • faterdom 24 February 2020 21: 31 New
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    23 hectares? Square 500x500m. We have more cottages on Rublevka.