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Uzbekistan strengthens the border with Kyrgyzstan, moving armored vehicles and additional personnel

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According to Uzbek and Kyrgyz sources, Uzbekistan conducted military reinforcement on the border with Kyrgyzstan. Additional personnel were transferred to the border, as well as armored vehicles. At the same time, official Tashkent reports that the reinforcement at the border is associated with the “upcoming celebration of Navruz (Nooruz) on March 21”. How exactly a holiday can be associated with the need to strengthen borders - not reported.


From the statement of the press secretary of the National Security Service of Uzbekistan:
Additional armored vehicles were involved in the protection. At the same time, all specified military equipment is located on the territory of Uzbekistan, and the protection of sections of the state border is carried out in accordance with bilateral agreements without entering unsigned areas.


Uzbekistan strengthens the border with Kyrgyzstan, moving armored vehicles and additional personnel


At the same time, the Kyrgyz side claims that Uzbekistan is deploying armored vehicles and personnel of the border troops in areas "that are not defined by the agreement." In particular, we are talking about the border in the Ala-Buka district of the Jalal-Abad region. Several dozen servicemen, two armored personnel carriers and a KamAZ border service were pulled here. This writes the Kyrgyz edition "Evening Bishkek". We are also talking about the unilateral closure of border control points by Uzbekistan.

Russian-language portal of Uzbekistan "Details" reports that the unilateral closure of the international checkpoint "Madaniyat-highway" Tashkent warned its partners in Bishkek.

From the message of the mentioned Uzbek portal:
The Committee for the Protection of the State Border of the National Security Service of the Republic of Uzbekistan once again urges Kyrgyz colleagues to refrain from disseminating information that is contrary to reality, in order to avoid complicating relations between the border departments of the parties.
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  1. Observer2014
    Observer2014 18 March 2016 18: 31
    +37
    Lord, what haven’t they shared?
    1. Alex_Rarog
      Alex_Rarog 18 March 2016 18: 35
      +8
      Yes, they constantly have a small squabble ... True, this is the first time ...
      1. Baikonur
        Baikonur 18 March 2016 18: 40
        +31
        United States keep abreast! This is another nest egg near Russia! In particular, a lot of work is being done both in Uzbekistan and in Kyrgyzstan! But the Kirghiz reached for Russia, in the customs union! What does not please the United States. But Karimov swings tricks with the Ameripedos, asks for loans. It would be like urkaine. Moreover, there it is much poorer and for much less tricks they can stir up. Or in general, to sabotage a conflict sabotage. It was already like that.
        1. cniza
          cniza 18 March 2016 20: 28
          +7
          Quote: Observer2014
          Lord, what haven’t they shared?


          There never was consent, and only Russia reconciled them, and now ownerless ...
          1. Temples
            Temples 19 March 2016 08: 28
            +6
            Lord, what haven’t they shared?

            Yes, they constantly have a small squabble ... True, this is the first time ...

            In May-June 1989 in Uzbekistan, Ferghana events under the motto of Uzbeks:
            - “Strangling the Turks, strangling the Russians!”
            Meskhetian Turks were expelled.
            The Russians also left the area.
            There was horror, "petty squabble" with the rise of people on a pitchfork.
            He served in that "peaceful" time.
            These are the "kind peaceful Uzbeks".

            I think they were like sheep following the one who led them.
            And the goal is the same today.
            And the shepherd is the same.
        2. Mobius
          Mobius 18 March 2016 20: 58
          +2
          Quote: Baikonur
          United States keep abreast!



          And our therapists, what are they doing?
          1. FenH
            FenH 18 March 2016 21: 02
            +12
            Quote: Möbius
            Quote: Baikonur
            United States keep abreast!



            And our therapists, what are they doing?


            they’re resuscitating hohland, there’s a bad case. They talk about euthanasia so that they don’t suffer
            1. Mobius
              Mobius 18 March 2016 21: 44
              +8
              Quote: FenH
              they’re resuscitating hohland, there’s a bad case. They talk about euthanasia so that they don’t suffer


              That's the trouble is that the council will not solve it in any way (two years !!!) what to do with the patient.

              They did not really provide quarantine, nor do they use intensive care ...

              And this inability to quench the foci of incidence in different regions of responsibility at the same time is annoying. And the challenges require it.

              So the epidemic is not far away.
              1. FenH
                FenH 18 March 2016 21: 54
                -1
                Quote: Möbius
                Quote: FenH
                they’re resuscitating hohland, there’s a bad case. They talk about euthanasia so that they don’t suffer


                That's the trouble is that the council will not solve it in any way (two years !!!) what to do with the patient.

                They did not really provide quarantine, nor do they use intensive care ...

                And this inability to quench the foci of incidence in different regions of responsibility at the same time is annoying. And the challenges require it.

                So the epidemic is not far away.


                You’re absolutely right! Some say that you need to cut it alive, others believe that it will fall off itself. Sepsis develops, and we restrict ourselves to single injections of local anesthesia
              2. wagner72
                wagner72 18 March 2016 22: 50
                0
                As I understand it, there remains one option, to act by their own methods. To provoke, and when they react, and they will react, kick mercilessly, accompanying all this disgrace with a heart-rending howl in all available media.
              3. krops777
                krops777 19 March 2016 05: 05
                +1
                That's the trouble is that the consultation will not decide in any way (two years !!!) what to do with the patient.

                They did not really provide quarantine, nor do they use intensive care ...


                So the patient has long been in a coma, what else can you do with it? what
            2. onega67
              onega67 19 March 2016 13: 04
              -2
              Doctors at all should be enough !!! And just do not for long throw the hooves !!!
          2. Homo
            Homo 18 March 2016 23: 02
            0
            Quote: Möbius
            And our therapists, what are they doing?

            Our therapists decided that the case was too neglected and could not be cured. Either to surgeons, or to a morgue.
      2. Pravdarm
        Pravdarm 18 March 2016 19: 15
        +27
        Quote: Alex_Rarog
        Yes, they constantly have a small squabble ... True, this is the first time ...
        Shallow?
        June 4, 1990 Kyrgyz and Uzbeks converged on the field of collective farm. Lenin. About 1,5 thousand came to Kyrgyzstan, more than 10 thousand to Uzbeks. They were separated by police armed with machine guns.
        Uzbek youth tried to break through the police cordon and attack the Kyrgyz, the police began to throw stones and bottles at them, and two police officers were captured. The police opened fire and, according to some reports, 6 Uzbeks were killed (according to other information, wounded). After that, an Uzbek crowd led by leaders shouting “Blood for blood!” headed to Osh, smashing Kyrgyz houses. From June 4 to 6, the number of Uzbek rioters increased to 20 thousand due to arrivals from districts, villages and Andijan (Uzbekistan). About 30-40 Uzbeks tried to seize the buildings of the Osh City Department of Internal Affairs, SIZO-5, the Internal Affairs Directorate of the Osh Regional Executive Committee, but they failed and the police detained about 35 active pogromists.
        At night from June 6 to 7, the building of the Department of Internal Affairs and the police detachment were shelled in Osh; two police officers were injured. On the border with the Andijan region of the Uzbek SSR, a crowd of thousands of Uzbeks appeared, who arrived to help the Osh Uzbeks.
        On the morning of June 7, there were attacks on the pumping station and the city motor depot, interruptions in the supply of food and drinking water to the population began.
        Kyrgyz-Uzbek clashes took place in other settlements of the Osh region. In the Ferghana, Andijan and Namangan regions of the Uzbek SSR, the beating of the Kyrgyz and the burning of their homes began, which caused the flight of the Kyrgyz from the territory of Uzbekistan.
        They managed to stop the massacre only in the evening of June 6, having introduced army units into the region. At the cost of tremendous efforts of the army and the police, it was possible to avoid involving the population of Uzbekistan in the conflict in the territory of the Kyrgyz SSR.
        According to the investigation team of the USSR prosecutor's office, in a conflict with the Kyrgyz side in the cities of Uzgen and Osh, as well as in villages of the Osh region about 1200 people died, and from Uzbek investigators found about 10 thousand episodes of crime. 1500 criminal cases were sent to the courts. About 30-35 thousand people took part in the conflict
        Yes, it will be abruptly urban!
        1. avva2012
          avva2012 18 March 2016 19: 21
          +8
          I have my first wife from Osh. She told a little about how the son-in-law, father, neighbors, stopped. She said that if at least one shot was heard in response, then the Uzbeks did not climb. If the neighbors did not cooperate, then the screams were heard for a long time.
          1. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 18 March 2016 20: 26
            +14
            Quote: avva2012
            I have my first wife from Osh. She told a little about how the son-in-law, father, neighbors, stopped. She said that if at least one shot was heard in response, then the Uzbeks did not climb. If the neighbors did not cooperate, then the screams were heard for a long time.

            My mother and I have lived half my life in Osh - the street is big, where there are swimming pools, Akbura flows along it, the street was somehow called about the Komsomol ... I’ve been there more than once, there were places of paradise under Leonid Ilyich ...

            He graduated from an institute in Siberia, in those places he was in practice, liked it, asked for distribution there. He lived half his life there, a three-bedroom apartment in the center, a summer cottage in the mountains, a garage in the courtyard, a boss, he became a half-Kyrgyz-Uzbek himself, in our market the Uzbeks considered it their life - life was good ... And then BAM! - autonomy! He sold everything movable and immovable for a pittance, put his wife and son in a car, and arrived in the Omsk region on the border with Kazakhstan to the regional center, to his relatives. He just ran away to survive ... All the money was enough for odnushka in the old sixteen-apartment ...

            So that’s why I asked him what he didn’t get accustomed to under the autocratic regime — his friends and neighbors were all Kyrgyz Uzbeks, everything was fine. And he said that the neighbors remained friends, and along the street, he says, you go and wait when they bang on the head off behind ...

            I have a feeling that the people who lived the day before yesterday with a tribal system are equally early to force to accustom both socialism and democracy .....

            Yes, of course, there were empires, and great scientists, and great poets, and most skilled builders and craftsmen (Avicenna and Al Khorezmi alone are worth it! Babur was building a palace there somewhere in Osh), but the Roman Empire was also Something Great, and Greece ... And now who takes Italians with Greeks in Europe and in the world seriously? The people are getting smaller ... It’s too early for them to indulge in democracies ... For some reason, everything has been democratizing in us in the wrong place for 25 years, we don’t already know where to put this freedom so that it doesn’t interfere, and even more so .. .
          2. Oorfene Deuce
            Oorfene Deuce 18 March 2016 21: 34
            0
            He lived then in Frunze (now Bishkek), this interethnic conflict has done a lot of shucher there.
            A large percentage of Uzbeks live in Osh Oblast, and the squabble was constantly there. There were even rumors that they wanted to annex the region to Uzbekistan, but something went wrong there ...
            Against the backdrop of other epic brawls on the territory of the dying USSR, few people remember this event.
            1. SSR
              SSR 19 March 2016 13: 03
              0
              Quote: Oorfene Deuce
              He lived then in Frunze (now Bishkek), this interethnic conflict has done a lot of shucher there.
              A large percentage of Uzbeks live in Osh Oblast, and the squabble was constantly there. There were even rumors that they wanted to annex the region to Uzbekistan, but something went wrong there ...
              Against the backdrop of other epic brawls on the territory of the dying USSR, few people remember this event.

              Luley they raked here and it went wrong. Even General Chernyakhovsky (sort of) wrote - the Uzbeks tease and mock in every way at the simple-minded Kyrgyz who descended from the mountains to the bazaar, but when the Kirghiz get down on horseback from the mountains ......
        2. Pravdarm
          Pravdarm 18 March 2016 19: 24
          +9
          And in 2010
          The riots in southern Kyrgyzstan in 2010 are ethnic clashes between Kyrgyz and Uzbeks that broke out on June 10–13, 2010 in Osh.
          The long-standing contradictions between the Uzbeks and the Kirghiz escalated as a result of the formation of a political vacuum caused by the coup. On April 7, 2010, President Kurmanbek Bakiyev was ousted after popular demonstrations. The Provisional Government led by Roza Otunbayeva took power.
          On May 13, supporters of Kurmanbek Bakiyev, according to a number of sources, seized the buildings of the regional administration in Osh, Jalal-Abad and Batken, appointed their governors and announced their intention to overthrow the interim government, sent 25 thousand people to Bishkek. The interim government accused Black Aybek of organizing resistance to the new government. On May 14, serious clashes took place in southern Kyrgyzstan, especially in Jalal-Abad, where the Uzbeks, led by Kadyrzhan Batyrov, returned the administration building to the control of the Provisional Government. The AKIpress news agency cited data from the Ministry of Health of the Kyrgyz Republic, according to which the number of victims of clashes in Jalalabad on May 13 was 30 people.
          On May 14, 2010 Supporters of the Provisional Government again took control of the administration building in Jalal-Abad. A crowd of Kyrgyz and Uzbeks headed for Teyit, Bakiyev’s native village. The houses belonging to the Bakiyevs were burned.
          On May 19, a rally was held in Jalal-Abad against the leader of the Uzbek diaspora Kadyrzhan Batyrov, whose participants demanded that Batyrov be held accountable for inciting ethnic hatred. Protesters charged him with burning houses belonging to the Bakiyev family, as well as using weapons on May 14. Former head of the republic's Ministry of Emergency Situations Kamchibek Tashiev even issued an ultimatum until June 7, after which he threatened to begin to form people's squads of mistrust in the Provisional Government. Batyrov, at the insistence of some members of the Provisional Government (I. Isakov and B. Alymbekov), and in order to give time to pacify the protesters, temporarily went outside of Kyrgyzstan, and on June 7, member of the organized crime group Black Aybek.
          Casualties
          The report of the National Commission for a comprehensive study of the causes, consequences and recommendations on the tragic events that occurred in the south of the republic in June 2010 contains the following information: as of December 10, 2010, in Osh, Osh and Jalalabad regions 426 of corpses, of which 381 were identified. Most of the identified were Uzbeks (276 bodies), Kyrgyz were 105 bodies, and representatives of other nationalities were 2. Injured 1925 citizens (925 of them with gunshot wounds). Also, according to the report, 10 employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs were killed (172 injured, including 2 pensioners of the Ministry of Internal Affairs), one officer was killed and two more soldiers were injured. According to unofficial information already in the early days riots died about 800 person. In the evening of June 14, independent media announced the figure more than 2000 dead
          This is all on Wiki. And it is true.
          So there are not childish conflicts at all!
          And here in this was seen the instrictor of the United States. There are even opinions (informal) that organized crime groups bribed and armed themselves with amers.
          At that time, the number of diplomatic representatives, advisers, and just some type of civilian personnel with diplomatic passports at the Kyrgyz aero-airbase sharply increased !!! After that, the Kirghiz with great squeak picked out the Americans who clung to their rotten jackal teeth. But still managed to close the air base.
        3. SSR
          SSR 18 March 2016 22: 02
          +8
          The Uzbek misunderstanding, founded thanks to Telman and Kalinin, completely lost touch with reality in the late 80s, the Uzbek KGB riddled with family and other ties, (Karimov’s case) took care only of the interests of the leaders and not of the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic (the film was even shot with an actor who was on pirates on the 20th centuries removed) at first the Uzbeks, fueled by the right people, began to kill and expel the Meskhetian Turks (look for descriptions of their atrocities), then, inspired by blood and an easy victory, they began to burn to kill in the old part of Uzgen, the Kyrgyz suffered the most, then in Andijan the police opened a weapon and handed out weapons and then weapons began to open on the left bank of the Karasuu canal from the city of Kara-su, many fled to neighboring villages such as Kirov, in the city of Osh there were many Uzbek students and they were outraged. All this in the early days. Wild and uncouth children of the mountains of Uzgen and Sovetsky districts with karamultuks and peaks on horses began to descend to Uzgen, opposite the town of Karasu the Kirghiz of the village council Joosh (calm) Uche Bolshevik rose, small sections Zarbalik, Madaniyat, Agartu, Communism, Socialism joined them Zhdanov, Kirov and others. With karamultuks, tozas, and self-propelled gunners with peaks on horses and on foot, they forced the elders from the Uzbek side (armed with machine guns and those who had kamaz) to de-escalate, and by the way the village of Gayrat, Uzbek, sandwiched by Kyrgyz villages, remained untouched. And at that time, about 2000 thousand Kyrgyz descended from the Alai Mountains on horses, the Osh Uzbeks howled! By the way, from villages opposite the Karas line, people walked to Osh in fields and settled in to people (when they went in a large group, we blocked the road with 24 bursts of queues), in general, only thanks to the thrown paratroopers who organized the bloody massacre, the Uzbeks made a second attempt in the 2000s they committed atrocities, people still remember, after eight years when I talked with them, they said that this Russian KGB arranged everything .... Islam Karimov blocked the entire border in the nineties and bombarded it with mines, now it’s health is precarious and what happened to him (we keep the Andijan massacre in mind), everyone who was waiting / waiting for this day to rush to Uzbekistan and from the territory of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan and in general Uzbekistan, the only pseudo-state, could only surround itself with enemies ..... Not a single friend / partner and even the Balkhash can vote, who always lived with the Kazakhs and whom Karimov made beggars.
        4. faridg7
          faridg7 19 March 2016 03: 36
          +3
          I was there at 90, though in August I came on summer leave from school. Born and raised there in an air town. at that time, in general, everything was already under control, a curfew. and a conflict arose around the water to irrigate the fields. Kolkhoz them. Lenin alone, but several brigades, villages, they then between themselves and could not agree on the time of watering. In general, it was just an excuse, the conflict was clearly artificially heated, and it is still smoldering. Mine from there moved to 93 in Tatarstan, so I was there last time in 92 in the summer. And our airport is still dreaming.
      3. KazaK Bo
        KazaK Bo 18 March 2016 20: 10
        +3
        Alex_Rarog
        Yes, they constantly have a small squabble ... True, this is the first time ...

        What did not divide? Water, fertile land and the main road ... And water and land with their population - the basis of life ... and therefore squabbling ... but very, very NOT SMALL!
      4. APASUS
        APASUS 18 March 2016 21: 35
        +1
        Quote: Alex_Rarog
        Yes, they constantly have a small squabble ... True, this is the first time ...

        There is a region on the eve of the great war over water.
        But the conflict can be rocked now, and that’s scary. Moreover, practically all countries of the region from the former USSR have problems there. There are all external reasons for the buildup of national conflicts, we too wiped our nose in Syria. I THINK WE DO NOT FORGET IT
        1. Kasym
          Kasym 19 March 2016 00: 25
          +5
          Guys, have you fallen from the moon? Many comments are as if you do not know what kind of batch remained after the collapse of the USSR !? This case can be called "show-off". In the region, only Kazakhstan has a border with all its neighbors. Rakhmon (President of Tajikistan) generally said that the Uzbek Samarkand would return. lol... Kyrgyz, Tajiks, Uzbeks are constantly dividing and butting something. Turkmen "on the safekeeping" laughing ... There can be a big war only in one case - the Russian Federation must "leave." And how it leaves, EAEU-CSTO-SCO, etc., incl. economic interests.
          It will not be enough for the spirits to go through Central Asia, they still have to stomp the entire RK (under a thousand km in the narrowest place to the Russian Federation). The weak link in the CSTO is Tajikistan. But he grew up there. base, in Kyrgyzstan as well. Only from within, like the colonel last year, he raised a riot, it is not clear why. Maybe I was waiting for some kind of support from Afgan. Maybe a terrorist attack near the bases or inside. But this is the ceiling at the moment. And it seems to me on the contrary, after Syria there will be much less fools. An illustrative example: VKS of the RF Armed Forces. Everyone saw the "rusty" dew. army in action, contactless. lol hi
          1. KG_patriot_last
            KG_patriot_last 19 March 2016 00: 35
            +4
            Kasym, we remember how you settled the borders - we took away the whole famous gas station from us laughing So it’s wrong that you have no problem! We remember!

            When will you begin to liberate the Karakalpaks? They will forget the language ... "Uzbeks, Tajiks and Kirghiz" distanced themselves directly. I will not speak for the Tajiks, but we definitely do not pretend to be a regional power (until the gas and oil run out), unlike the Uzbeks and Kazakhs laughing Join us, welcome!
            1. Kasym
              Kasym 19 March 2016 19: 45
              -4
              So, they gave you somewhere. Greetings! And for me, one more gas station - less, and who owns these gas stations (here both Russians and Chinese) !? Karakalpaki is already here. lol . There after the drying of the Aral Sea, the desert is salty.
              I meant your constant skirmishes, you know better. Now the Tajiks are with the Uzbeks, then you are with the Uzbeks, then you are with the Tajiks. You have a straight "golden triangle". Uzbeks are ready to fight for water - you build dams. CIRCUS, honestly!
              In our country, only border guards shoot at smugglers and horse thieves in vain (on our borders with you), their border guards differ with Uzbeks (a couple of cases on "peaceful"). These are all our incidents.
              At least RK gives you everything that our intergovernmental government negotiates. commission. That EAEU - 50 mil. on the passage of the "road map". I don’t remember what the commission was, but it works every year. Chairs in the morning, money in the evening. Coal, fuels and lubricants, flour - that's what I remember. I hope your bread is not expensive? We need it such a regional power? This is to Karimov soon. Production fell from 80 to 72 mil. and we live. Gasoline is the cheapest, because cheap in RF. If that EAEU did not exist, it would be 50% more expensive - I mean the AI-95, which I drive. I don’t do it here. (Bucks = 343 tenge, Ai-95 = 148 tenge). There are no questions - everything affects everyone. I noticed this tendency here. Our Wed the salary fell below the Chinese one. So there may be some benefit. Exports of agricultural products to the PRC went. Half a mil. cereals. The other day they gave the green light of sunflowers. butter. Bring a premium class, more expensive than a whale. by 15% and take. We'll survive somehow.
              For me, it's better "a bad peace than a good war." But seriously, security structures are strong in Uzbekistan. So they like to show themselves in front of 01. You have to somehow show your importance. In the future, one of them will sit in a chair, such a feeling. hi
              HAPPY !!! drinks
              1. KG_patriot_last
                KG_patriot_last 19 March 2016 22: 12
                0
                Also Happy New Year! drinks

                With Tajiks and Uzbeks, there was nothing for the land — and so much land was nowhere to be lost; in the mountains we were steppe — there are few plains.
                Here are just the results of the hassles: we’ll shoot with the Tajiks, we’ll talk normally on different lines, but these ...

                We will build hydroelectric power stations and so and so. But not a nuclear power plant.

                We have all the fuels and lubricants in Russia, yours are always being detained at the border; there would be no need to throw your pipeline here. So it's not like chairs, you don’t even give their photos ...
                Coal, however, is a different story - we are forced to take in Kazakhstan, since all TPPs / TPPs were built in the USSR for your coal. And so we have our own in quantity.
                Our flour is also in bulk, there is Russian, Kazakh also occurs.

                Our only trouble is that oil and gas was not in the mountains, where we grazed cattle))) In the deserts where other peoples fled to more of it))) So if you say 50 million, you need to remember that a couple of centuries ago, the Kyrgyz, on the contrary, provided food in arid years of Kazakhs. The virgin lands were raised by the whole Union, now "chairs ahead of money" are straight)))

                Uzbeks need strong power structures to keep so many different people.

                And since you didn’t need refueling, you had to leave it, our route to Issyk-Kul lay along it, I had to shift the asphalt ...
    2. NDR-791
      NDR-791 18 March 2016 18: 38
      -2
      It is quite possible some kind of internal grater, such as in Karabakh. My brother has been working with Uzbeks for many years. Come every year. Usually they arrive in mid-April, and this year (how strange) they leave there on Monday !!! The trend, however.
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 18 March 2016 20: 18
        +2
        Quote: NDR-791
        It is quite possible some kind of internal grater, such as in Karabakh. My brother has been working with Uzbeks for many years. Come every year. Usually they arrive in mid-April, and this year (how strange) they leave there on Monday !!! The trend, however.

        My brother has the same garbage. Come and leave. And instead of work, teas drive.
    3. FenH
      FenH 18 March 2016 18: 38
      -3
      Quote: Observer2014
      Lord, what haven’t they shared?

      Because of the water, they don’t have disassemblies
      1. MARK
        MARK 18 March 2016 18: 50
        +4
        Well, they are fueling a new conflict ... (who knows) Russia has an old and proven method!
        1. Mordvin 3
          Mordvin 3 18 March 2016 20: 23
          +2
          Quote: MARK
          Well, they are fueling a new conflict ... (who knows) Russia has an old and proven method!

          Meehan, aren't you tired? Oh, I’ll get the minuses.
      2. Talgat
        Talgat 18 March 2016 18: 56
        +26
        Yes, water is one of the problems

        I can’t say with certainty what the cause of the tension is - as it was not enough time to get into the topic

        But our side here (both Russia and Kazakhstan) is definitely Kyrgyzstan

        The Kyrgyz are not only CSTO allies - they are very close - almost the same people as the Kazakhs. An outsider will not immediately understand where the Kyrgyz is and where the Kazakh is. The mutual sympathy of the peoples is exceptionally high. The conflict (God forbid) will necessarily involve Kazakhstan.

        It is very important that everything be decided diplomatically - Central Asia has always been the peaceful rear of the USSR. NATO is not here - it is necessary to negotiate

        It will be complete madness and a madhouse - if the Uzbeks are with the Kyrgyz, then the Kazakhs will be for the Kyrgyz and then they will call Russia again. This is generally unacceptable and sure will never happen
        1. Humpty
          Humpty 18 March 2016 19: 22
          0
          Quote: Talgat
          The Kyrgyz are not only CSTO allies - they are very close - almost the same people as the Kazakhs. An outsider will not immediately understand where the Kyrgyz is and where the Kazakh is. The mutual sympathy of the peoples is exceptionally high.

          Still, the governments with the presidents would stop spoiling each other, which sharply negatively affects the mood of people on opposite sides of the border. But all due to the fact that once a certain Kyrgyz president dishonored your president’s family. Well, he wasn’t the only one who shone the radiant family by kinship.
        2. Asadullah
          Asadullah 18 March 2016 19: 24
          +3
          This is generally unacceptable and sure will never happen


          Karimov’s noose will not happen. By the way, at the same time a lesson to other sultans ....
        3. kapitan92
          kapitan92 18 March 2016 19: 51
          +12
          Quote: Talgat
          I can’t say for sure what is the cause of the tension

          The paradox in the situation is that interethnic clashes occur in the absence of real interethnic problems. Uzbeks and Kyrgyz belong to different cultures. The reason must be sought in the United States.
          Quote: Talgat
          But our side here (both Russia and Kazakhstan) is definitely Kyrgyzstan

          "White and black", "there can be no two opinions" - this is all ours, purely Soviet. It is impossible to take sides in this internecine strife. There are levers of pressure on these countries and they must be applied. Do you know how many Uzbeks work in Russia ???
          Quote: Talgat
          Central Asia has always been the peaceful rear of the USSR. NATO is not here - it is necessary to negotiate

          Oops! In the USSR, all such information was carefully hidden, and there were always "graters" in Central Asia. True, there was no such scale. NATO is not and it is true, but there is NATO money and they are working against the calm in this region.
          Quote: Talgat
          madness and a madhouse - if the Uzbeks are with the Kyrgyz - then the Kazakhs are for the Kyrgyz and then they will call Russia again.

          I am sure that Russia will not allow such hemorrhoids in its underbelly.
          1. miru mir
            miru mir 18 March 2016 21: 34
            -2
            Yes there were no special threes. Until 90, everything was fine.
      3. miru mir
        miru mir 18 March 2016 21: 30
        -2
        Not in water, the reason is unequivocal.
        1. Very old
          Very old 18 March 2016 23: 13
          0
          I lived on Issyk-Kul for a little (2 years) there really weren’t any "special terok", the Uzbeks lived in small compact groups. I remember that an old Kyrgyz man spoke of Uzbeks: they can only dig in the ground and they don’t understand a damn thing about horses - that's all ” graters "- conflict-free

          And there’s nothing to do with water

          Hes? So everyone needs energy, why not build together?
          1. miru mir
            miru mir 18 March 2016 23: 18
            -2
            In Soviet Kyrgyzstan, they lived, did not grieve 129 peoples. All graters after the collapse began. My dad grew up in Issyk Kul ...
            1. Amnestied
              Amnestied 18 March 2016 23: 33
              -1
              Quote: miru mir
              In Soviet Kyrgyzstan, they lived, did not grieve 129 peoples. All graters after the collapse began. My dad grew up in Issyk Kul ...

              Alexander Ronkin Is your father? laughing
              1. miru mir
                miru mir 18 March 2016 23: 38
                -3
                Uh ... I don’t know this. And I don’t understand the reason for your laughter ...
                1. Chisayna
                  Chisayna 19 March 2016 00: 19
                  +1
                  Again wildly sorry. Was there a Cossack army in Issyk-Kul?
                  1. miru mir
                    miru mir 19 March 2016 00: 26
                    -2
                    Actually, there were Cossack villages throughout Central Asia, including Issyk-Kul. And the Cossack army in Verny stood now in Almaty.
    4. 79807420129
      79807420129 18 March 2016 18: 44
      +10
      Avona is like, in the world mania it’s not healthy to build walls from each other. Dill and baldonia munch on Russia, but these don’t border with us, but they build walls. Good luck.
      1. FenH
        FenH 18 March 2016 18: 46
        -3
        Quote: 79807420129
        Avona is like, in the world mania it’s not healthy to build walls from each other. Dill and baldonia munch on Russia, but these don’t border with us, but they build walls. Good luck.

        Here is the reason for their graters:
        War may begin in Central Asia if Kyrgyzstan, with the help of Russia, continues to build hydropower plants on transboundary rivers. The president of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov warned about this. The hydropower cascade will leave irrigation canals without water, and the Aral Sea will dry up.
        1. Humpty
          Humpty 18 March 2016 18: 53
          +7
          Quote: FenH
          The president of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov warned about this. The hydropower cascade will leave irrigation canals without water, and the Aral Sea will dry up.

          Aral has dried up. Turkmenistan drank it in tandem with Uzbekistan, but for some reason the Turkmen have no complaints from Karimov.
          1. FenH
            FenH 18 March 2016 18: 58
            -4
            Quote: Humpty
            Quote: FenH
            The president of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov warned about this. The hydropower cascade will leave irrigation canals without water, and the Aral Sea will dry up.

            Aral has dried up. Turkmenistan drank it in tandem with Uzbekistan, but for some reason the Turkmen have no complaints from Karimov.

            Aral is slowly recovering
            Almaty August 16th. Kazakhstan Today - As a result of the implementation of the program to improve the environmental situation in the Aral Sea and Aral Sea basin, an increase in water volume is observed, as well as the ecosystem of the region is being restored. About this in his blog, answering a visitor’s question, the Minister of Environmental Protection of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nurgali Ashimov said, the agency reports.
            1. Humpty
              Humpty 18 March 2016 19: 13
              +6
              Quote: FenH
              Aral is slowly recovering

              Well, yes, recovered. In the amount of the reservoir at the source of the Syr Darya in Kazakhstan. Uzbeks do not require Kazakhs to drain water from them.
              Two powerful rivers flow into Uzbekistan from Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. All Karimov’s claims about plans to build a hydroelectric power station (by the way, this is not possible by the way) are his dirty tricks, speculation on far-fetched fears, horror stories for his population.
              1. FenH
                FenH 18 March 2016 20: 17
                -4
                Quote: Humpty
                Quote: FenH
                Aral is slowly recovering

                Well, yes, recovered. In the amount of the reservoir at the source of the Syr Darya in Kazakhstan. Uzbeks do not require Kazakhs to drain water from them.
                Two powerful rivers flow into Uzbekistan from Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. All Karimov’s claims about plans to build a hydroelectric power station (by the way, this is not possible by the way) are his dirty tricks, speculation on far-fetched fears, horror stories for his population.


                so dried up or restored? a cross or underpants?
                1. dimanx
                  dimanx 18 March 2016 20: 37
                  +2
                  The Kazakhs built a dam and fenced off a piece of the sea. They have the Aral Sea - it is recovering, it seems they even claimed that the fish started up.
                  In the Uzbek half of the Aral Sea - a complete ass.
                2. Mowgli
                  Mowgli 18 March 2016 20: 43
                  0
                  so dried up or restored?


                  First dried up, and now restored.
          2. garnik64
            garnik64 19 March 2016 00: 00
            +1
            They also have claims against the Turkmens. They consider the northern part of Turkmenistan theirs with the city of Chardzhou. Once the Uzbeks were the imperial people. There was such a Leninist as Kaygysyz Atabaev, the Turkmen, he cut the Uzbek lands to Turkmenistan, and the people forcibly made the Turks. For me, this 1982 year Kizyl-Arvat. Turkmens and Uzbeks despised these people. In my opinion, the Turkmens dismantled the railway tracks in the direction of Uzbekistan.
        2. Asadullah
          Asadullah 18 March 2016 19: 06
          +3
          Cascade of hydroelectric power station will leave irrigation canals without water


          That cascade, in general, has no relation to Uzbekistan. And the watershed to Tashkent, from the east and northern Osh, requires reservoirs in the interests of Uzbekistan itself. The only question is Sultan Karimov. A possible war is a war with Tajikistan as well, as a result of which the sultan should be hanged, which would benefit the entire region.
          1. miru mir
            miru mir 18 March 2016 21: 40
            0
            If the "Sultan" hangs, as if another Libya did not work.
        3. miru mir
          miru mir 18 March 2016 21: 36
          -4
          The Aral Sea is not the first decade dry. And not Kyrgyzstan dried it.
    5. tol100v
      tol100v 18 March 2016 18: 51
      +12
      Quote: Observer2014
      Lord, what haven’t they shared?

      All these are echoes of the border surveying during the creation of the USSR! We drew borders, as God will put on your soul! Now the "shoots" have started. One Ukropithekia is worth something! And in the Asian region there will be much more contradictions and discrepancies. But in any case, this will not lead to good, which is already being used by the State Department, trying to gain a foothold in the territory of the former Union Republics. And again through beads and promises of "eternal friendship" until the host country turns into an obedient prostitute! Variants are possible, but the result is always the same: Peaceful states turn into a bloody mess with blood feud!
    6. Homo
      Homo 18 March 2016 22: 58
      +1
      Quote: Observer2014
      Lord, what haven’t they shared?

      What is incomprehensible here? With whom you will lead, from that you will be typed.

      EURASEC member countries

      Armenia (from January 2, 2015)
      Belarus (from January 1, 2015)
      Kazakhstan (from January 1, 2015)
      Kyrgyzstan (from August 12, 2015)
      Russia (from January 1, 2015)

      Possible candidates
      Tajikistan

      Uzbekistan (2006-2008, suspended membership)
      From the American table, the leftovers are apparently sweeter than our bread and salt.
      1. Your friend
        Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 08
        -1
        Quote: Homo
        What is incomprehensible here? With whom you will lead, from that you will be typed.

        EURASEC member countries

        Armenia (from January 2, 2015)
        Belarus (from January 1, 2015)
        Kazakhstan (from January 1, 2015)
        Kyrgyzstan (from August 12, 2015)
        Russia (from January 1, 2015)

        Possible candidates
        Tajikistan

        Uzbekistan (2006-2008, suspended membership)
        From the American table, the leftovers are apparently sweeter than our bread and salt.

        Eeeeee ... Excuse me, how the Uzbeks could suspend their membership in the Eurasian Economic Community in 2008. if, according to your data, this organization was formed in 2015?
        1. FenH
          FenH 18 March 2016 23: 12
          -4
          Quote: Your friend
          Quote: Homo
          What is incomprehensible here? With whom you will lead, from that you will be typed.

          EURASEC member countries

          Armenia (from January 2, 2015)
          Belarus (from January 1, 2015)
          Kazakhstan (from January 1, 2015)
          Kyrgyzstan (from August 12, 2015)
          Russia (from January 1, 2015)

          Possible candidates
          Tajikistan

          Uzbekistan (2006-2008, suspended membership)
          From the American table, the leftovers are apparently sweeter than our bread and salt.

          Eeeeee ... Excuse me, how the Uzbeks could suspend their membership in the Eurasian Economic Community in 2008. if, according to your data, this organization was formed in 2015?

          In general, this organization has been operating since 2001. And Uzbekistan periodically went in and out, and the mosquito simply provided updated data as of 2015
          1. Your friend
            Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 19
            0
            Quote: FenH
            In general, this organization has been operating since 2001. And Uzbekistan periodically went in and out, and the mosquito simply provided updated data as of 2015

            Updated data of what?
            It’s clearly written in a person that, for example, Armenia has become a member country of the Eurasian Economic Community, a member country since January 2, 2015.
            1. bashkort
              bashkort 18 March 2016 23: 48
              +3
              EurAsEC does not exist today. There is the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), there are 5 states: the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan. Moreover, only the first 3 actually interact, and 2 states - purely for show (politics).
          2. Oprychnik
            Oprychnik 18 March 2016 23: 23
            -4
            The Kyrgyzs missed something, and the Uzbeks know something, but they won’t tell anyone.
            Dekhan until mobilized into the army? No? So peace, friendship, drug trafficking!
            1. Oprychnik
              Oprychnik 19 March 2016 00: 24
              -7
              My cousin uncle lived in a village called Frunze with his rather large family. After 1991, he disappeared without a trace, along with my whole family. I buy a glass of seeds and enjoy watching the development of events.
              1. FenH
                FenH 19 March 2016 00: 28
                -4
                Quote: Oprychnik
                My cousin uncle lived in a village called Frunze with his rather large family. After 1991, he disappeared without a trace, along with my whole family. I buy a glass of seeds and enjoy watching the development of events.

                is it you dear so uncle did not like ??
                1. Oprychnik
                  Oprychnik 19 March 2016 00: 32
                  -4
                  Uncle can’t be returned. But I will observe how the village will burn not without pleasure.
                  1. FenH
                    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 39
                    -1
                    Quote: Oprychnik
                    Uncle can’t be returned. But I will observe how the village will burn not without pleasure.

                    I am sorry for your uncle, but I think if other people’s uncles and family die, you will not have more joy
    7. svp67
      svp67 19 March 2016 09: 28
      0
      Quote: Observer2014
      Lord, what haven’t they shared?

      People die for metal ...
    8. gergi
      gergi 19 March 2016 10: 23
      0
      They are there according to a long tradition of folk slaughter each other. So much fun. And they strive for the holiday. No one has canceled the Ferghana Valley at this time.
    9. Anatoly Dobry
      Anatoly Dobry 19 March 2016 15: 55
      0
      Remember this story?
      http://topwar.ru/73162-amerikanskomu-poslu-v-kirgizii-na-ukrainskih-samoletah-do
      stavili-150-t-diplomaticheskoy-pochty.html
      It seems to me interconnected.
  2. FenH
    FenH 18 March 2016 18: 32
    -3
    The Uzbek president has been stirring up water for a year now. Given the fact that there is a complete passage under America, there is no reason to wait
    1. amirbek
      amirbek 19 March 2016 10: 40
      -1
      Quote: FenH
      Given the fact that there is a complete passage under America

      not so long ago (before Andijan) the passage was but not as complete as you think or suggest ...
  3. KOH
    KOH 18 March 2016 18: 35
    +3
    The Uzbeks and the Kyrgyz have something wrong? ... Apparently the Americans did not go to Uzbekistan in vain ... a "friendly fist" usually gets out from where you don't expect ...
    1. FenH
      FenH 18 March 2016 18: 39
      -3
      Quote: CON
      What is wrong with the Uzbeks and the Kyrgyz? ... Apparently, the Americans did not go to Uzbekistan for nothing ...

      so they didn’t leave from there, the Boeing aircraft factory crushed for themselves
      1. UZBEK TASHKENT
        UZBEK TASHKENT 18 March 2016 20: 07
        +2
        Which Boeing? On the territory of TAPOiCH now a car repair plant.
        1. FenH
          FenH 18 March 2016 20: 15
          -4
          and this is about where?
          To work at the new facility, specialists underwent preliminary training on repairing composite parts for aircraft manufactured by Boeing. Mechanics received theoretical and practical training in the Basic Composites Repair and Metal Bond course in Singapore, and engineers completed a theoretical course in Seattle. This year, Uzbekistan Airways Technics employees will also learn how to directly service the Boeing 787 composite components.

          Boeing himself took part in the preparation of the center for work, which invested about $ 500 thousand in a new site free of charge. With these funds, an inert furnace for processing titanium alloys, a furnace for gluing, which allows repairing nose fairings, were bought, and a set of equipment for repairing composites for aircraft of all types.
        2. asher
          asher 19 March 2016 06: 07
          0
          Ahrenet! Well, how many cars will fit in workshop 84, where several IL-76s have happened !? And why such a huge height? Over time, new Uzbeks will build up the entire territory of B with houses, as they did with the vast territories of LIS. All this is disgusting and sad. Degradation and collapse without the Union, and what a rainbow picture was drawn on Uzbek TV in the 90s. Mountains of cotton and gold, rivers of oil, thousands of plants that can collect everything. And where is all this?
          1. amirbek
            amirbek 19 March 2016 10: 43
            -2
            Quote: asher
            Ahrenet! This is how many cars fit

            agha, still FMZ keep in mind
            1. makarick
              makarick 19 March 2016 15: 59
              0
              Forget about FMZ. It’s actually not. Accessories for cars are made on its territory. The exit from the shops to the airfield has long been blocked.
  4. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 18 March 2016 18: 39
    0
    Will they share a piece of steppe? And it will be like Vysotsky's - "And in the neutral zone ..." The "kids" are completely stunned, they run into rudeness. Kyrgyzstan (with the support of Russia) will be cooler.
    1. FenH
      FenH 18 March 2016 18: 42
      +1
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Will they share a piece of steppe? And it will be like Vysotsky's - "And in the neutral zone ..." The "kids" are completely stunned, they run into rudeness. Kyrgyzstan (with the support of Russia) will be cooler.

      not a piece of the steppe, but water. And behind the Uzbeks, the Americans loom
      1. KOH
        KOH 18 March 2016 18: 50
        +3
        I think the mattresses will specially rock the atmosphere, for the Basmachi they are preparing a bridgehead ...
        1. ALEA IACTA EST
          ALEA IACTA EST 18 March 2016 20: 23
          -4
          The greater concern is not the Basmachi, but the local Kurbashi of all calibers.
          These princes will go even with Daish, even with the devil for their own benefit.
    2. Talgat
      Talgat 18 March 2016 19: 04
      +5
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      To give a slap to those and this.


      You are just like a "big brother" - without understanding this and that. How arrogant it sounds - sorry.
      1. FenH
        FenH 18 March 2016 19: 07
        -1
        Quote: Talgat
        Quote: Mountain Shooter
        To give a slap to those and this.


        You are just like a "big brother" - without understanding this and that. How arrogant it sounds - sorry.


        You are right, dear, do not stand with a cavalry charge and in a strange monastery hi
    3. multikagan
      multikagan 18 March 2016 19: 16
      +3
      In the first steppes there is little there. But there is a lot of gold, gas and other useful minerals. The main custodians of water for the whole Middle Asia are Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan are located below and therefore depend on them. When the troops withdraw from Afghanistan, the Americans They promised Karimov to break off part of the withdrawn weapons. For providing their airfields.
      1. KG_patriot_last
        KG_patriot_last 18 March 2016 19: 47
        +5
        We have water, and oil and gas from Kazakhs and Uzbeks

        Uzbekistan plays the card like Turkey. Type local powers :)
        1. FenH
          FenH 18 March 2016 19: 48
          -5
          Quote: KG_patriot_last
          We have water, and oil and gas from Kazakhs and Uzbeks

          Uzbekistan plays the card like Turkey. Type local powers :)

          and can just as Turkey pass Alababahs through its territory from Afghanistan
          1. KG_patriot_last
            KG_patriot_last 18 March 2016 20: 41
            +1
            Dodgy verbiage (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan) say that they are on their territory (a complete analogy with Turkey), that they simply closed the road due to repair (there are no police left, you need to send border guards aha) ...
          2. wolfhound
            wolfhound 18 March 2016 21: 04
            +2
            Karimov himself is afraid of them. he is a local Islamist with fire and a sword ... yes, simple devout people who pray 5 times a day for the local Security Council in pencil for a long time ... an Uzbek in Russia who does pray 5 times a day is rare
    4. Your friend
      Your friend 18 March 2016 19: 56
      +5
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Will they share a piece of steppe? And it will be like Vysotsky's - "And in the neutral zone ..." The "kids" are completely stunned, they run into rudeness. Kyrgyzstan (with the support of Russia) will be cooler.

      What is the support of Russia? Will you go to support Kyrgyzstan?
      We still did not have enough to get into this conflict. Let them understand their problems.
      1. ALEA IACTA EST
        ALEA IACTA EST 18 March 2016 20: 24
        -2
        Alas, their problems are our problems. Unless, of course, we want to permanently lose Central Asia.
        1. Your friend
          Your friend 18 March 2016 20: 39
          +3
          Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
          Alas, their problems are our problems. Unless, of course, we want to permanently lose Central Asia.

          Lose Central Asia? She is already lost. No illusions needed.
          1. KG_patriot_last
            KG_patriot_last 18 March 2016 20: 45
            +3
            And you don’t need neighbors? What kind of Ukraine in judgments wink It’s not going anywhere, at least look west, and in the south we are with Russian bases on the territory ...
            1. Your friend
              Your friend 18 March 2016 21: 41
              -4
              Quote: KG_patriot_last
              And you don’t need neighbors? What kind of Ukraine in judgments wink It’s not going anywhere, at least look west, and in the south we are with Russian bases on the territory ...

              And where are the neighbors? Let the neighbors remain neighbors, but you should not get involved in the conflict between Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. Not our business. Yes, and the base should be removed.
              1. Chisayna
                Chisayna 18 March 2016 23: 08
                0
                It is unclear whose friend you are. Probably those who want to remove the Russian bases from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
                1. Your friend
                  Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 11
                  0
                  Quote: Chisain
                  It is unclear whose friend you are. Probably those who want to remove the Russian bases from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

                  Cook, I wrote that it’s worth removing the base from there, which is not clear to you?
                2. FenH
                  FenH 18 March 2016 23: 14
                  -3
                  Quote: Chisain
                  It is unclear whose friend you are. Probably those who want to remove the Russian bases from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

                  He’s probably a wonderful friend to himself. request because friendliness to others is somehow not visible laughing
                  1. Your friend
                    Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 17
                    0
                    Quote: FenH
                    Quote: Chisain
                    It is unclear whose friend you are. Probably those who want to remove the Russian bases from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

                    He’s probably a wonderful friend to himself. request because friendliness to others is somehow not visible laughing

                    Oh my gosh how touchy we are)))
                    1. FenH
                      FenH 18 March 2016 23: 30
                      -5
                      Quote: Your friend
                      Quote: FenH
                      Quote: Chisain
                      It is unclear whose friend you are. Probably those who want to remove the Russian bases from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

                      He’s probably a wonderful friend to himself. request because friendliness to others is somehow not visible laughing

                      Oh my gosh how touchy we are)))

                      For whom, for you? You flatter yourself laughing
                      1. Your friend
                        Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 35
                        -1
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Chisain
                        It is unclear whose friend you are. Probably those who want to remove the Russian bases from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

                        He’s probably a wonderful friend to himself. request because friendliness to others is somehow not visible laughing

                        Oh my gosh how touchy we are)))

                        For whom, for you? You flatter yourself laughing

                        I say they were offended, otherwise they would not have answered, kindergarten.)
                      2. FenH
                        FenH 18 March 2016 23: 39
                        -5
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Chisain
                        It is unclear whose friend you are. Probably those who want to remove the Russian bases from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

                        He’s probably a wonderful friend to himself. request because friendliness to others is somehow not visible laughing

                        Oh my gosh how touchy we are)))

                        For whom, for you? You flatter yourself laughing

                        I say they were offended, otherwise they would not have answered, kindergarten.)

                        You are talking nonsense, and not just me. So explain what is the point of being offended at you? I just explained to the mosque that having such "Friends" as you do not need enemies laughing
                      3. Your friend
                        Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 43
                        -1
                        Quote: FenH
                        You are talking nonsense, and not just me. So explain what is the point of being offended at you? I just explained to the mosque that having such "Friends" as you do not need enemies

                        Ahahahaha .... Of course, if they don’t get offended, they don’t write such unconditionally smart answers, but pass by. Do not be offended.)
                      4. FenH
                        FenH 18 March 2016 23: 48
                        -3
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        You are talking nonsense, and not just me. So explain what is the point of being offended at you? I just explained to the mosque that having such "Friends" as you do not need enemies

                        Ahahahaha .... Of course, if they don’t get offended, they don’t write such unconditionally smart answers, but pass by. Do not be offended.)


                        Once again, you flatter yourself. And I just like to troll you laughing
                      5. Your friend
                        Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 56
                        +1
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        You are talking nonsense, and not just me. So explain what is the point of being offended at you? I just explained to the mosque that having such "Friends" as you do not need enemies

                        Ahahahaha .... Of course, if they don’t get offended, they don’t write such unconditionally smart answers, but pass by. Do not be offended.)


                        Once again, you flatter yourself. And I just like to troll you laughing

                        As you wish. Just do not be offended.)
                      6. FenH
                        FenH 18 March 2016 23: 58
                        -4
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        You are talking nonsense, and not just me. So explain what is the point of being offended at you? I just explained to the mosque that having such "Friends" as you do not need enemies

                        Ahahahaha .... Of course, if they don’t get offended, they don’t write such unconditionally smart answers, but pass by. Do not be offended.)


                        Once again, you flatter yourself. And I just like to troll you laughing

                        As you wish. Just do not be offended.)


                        Thank you very kind hi
                      7. Your friend
                        Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 02
                        +1
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        You are talking nonsense, and not just me. So explain what is the point of being offended at you? I just explained to the mosque that having such "Friends" as you do not need enemies

                        Ahahahaha .... Of course, if they don’t get offended, they don’t write such unconditionally smart answers, but pass by. Do not be offended.)


                        Once again, you flatter yourself. And I just like to troll you laughing

                        As you wish. Just do not be offended.)


                        Thank you very kind hi

                        It's my pleasure. Glad you are not offended.)))
          2. Chisayna
            Chisayna 18 March 2016 23: 36
            0
            Such friends, you ... to dry and in the museum. Once I served at one of the bases. And I know that these bases in Russia are needed, that Kant, that 201baza.
          3. Your friend
            Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 38
            -1
            Quote: Chisain
            Such friends, you ... to dry and in the museum. Once I served at one of the bases. And I know that Russia needs bases, that Kant, that 201baza.

            You are a true patriot of Russia !!! Of course, without these bases Russia will be lost, because the benefits of these bases are well known, it is so famous that even you can easily tell me what their benefits are. But is it true?
          4. FenH
            FenH 18 March 2016 23: 46
            -4
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: Chisain
            Such friends, you ... to dry and in the museum. Once I served at one of the bases. And I know that Russia needs bases, that Kant, that 201baza.

            You are a true patriot of Russia !!! Of course, without these bases Russia will be lost, because the benefits of these bases are well known, it is so famous that even you can easily tell me what their benefits are. But is it true?


            Well, are you ready to reasonably justify the uselessness of these bases as a true patriot of Russia?
          5. Your friend
            Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 49
            -1
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: Chisain
            Such friends, you ... to dry and in the museum. Once I served at one of the bases. And I know that Russia needs bases, that Kant, that 201baza.

            You are a true patriot of Russia !!! Of course, without these bases Russia will be lost, because the benefits of these bases are well known, it is so famous that even you can easily tell me what their benefits are. But is it true?


            Well, are you ready to reasonably justify the uselessness of these bases as a true patriot of Russia?

            Definitely ready. My rationale is that I have no arguments in favor of the usefulness of these bases for Russia. How do you like my arguments, reasoned?)))
          6. FenH
            FenH 18 March 2016 23: 56
            -5
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: Chisain
            Such friends, you ... to dry and in the museum. Once I served at one of the bases. And I know that Russia needs bases, that Kant, that 201baza.

            You are a true patriot of Russia !!! Of course, without these bases Russia will be lost, because the benefits of these bases are well known, it is so famous that even you can easily tell me what their benefits are. But is it true?


            Well, are you ready to reasonably justify the uselessness of these bases as a true patriot of Russia?


            Definitely ready. My rationale is that I have no arguments in favor of the usefulness of these bases for Russia. How do you like my arguments, reasoned?)))


            won't go laughing the question was about futility wink
          7. Your friend
            Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 58
            0
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: Chisain
            Such friends, you ... to dry and in the museum. Once I served at one of the bases. And I know that Russia needs bases, that Kant, that 201baza.

            You are a true patriot of Russia !!! Of course, without these bases Russia will be lost, because the benefits of these bases are well known, it is so famous that even you can easily tell me what their benefits are. But is it true?


            Well, are you ready to reasonably justify the uselessness of these bases as a true patriot of Russia?


            Definitely ready. My rationale is that I have no arguments in favor of the usefulness of these bases for Russia. How do you like my arguments, reasoned?)))


            won't go laughing the question was about futility wink

            Seriously? Lack of utility for you is not useless ??? Ohhh, however.)))
          8. FenH
            FenH 19 March 2016 00: 03
            -5
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: Chisain
            Such friends, you ... to dry and in the museum. Once I served at one of the bases. And I know that Russia needs bases, that Kant, that 201baza.

            You are a true patriot of Russia !!! Of course, without these bases Russia will be lost, because the benefits of these bases are well known, it is so famous that even you can easily tell me what their benefits are. But is it true?


            Well, are you ready to reasonably justify the uselessness of these bases as a true patriot of Russia?


            Definitely ready. My rationale is that I have no arguments in favor of the usefulness of these bases for Russia. How do you like my arguments, reasoned?)))


            won't go laughing the question was about futility wink

            Seriously? Lack of utility for you is not useless ??? Ohhh, however.)))


            You said, dear, that you do not know what good Russian bases are in the CIS countries, but you didn’t say what harm. And if there is no harm, let them be wink
          9. Your friend
            Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 10
            0
            Quote: FenH
            You said, dear, that you do not know what good Russian bases are in the CIS countries, but you didn’t say what harm. And if there is no harm, let them be

            And where did I talk about harm? You don’t ascribe to me here !!! And then I’m offended ... ahahaha.
          10. FenH
            FenH 19 March 2016 00: 14
            -5
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            You said, dear, that you do not know what good Russian bases are in the CIS countries, but you didn’t say what harm. And if there is no harm, let them be

            And where did I talk about harm? You don’t ascribe to me here !!! And then I’m offended ... ahahaha.


            Exactly, you didn’t say anything about harm. Although I asked you about it, so do not be offended hi
          11. Your friend
            Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 17
            +1
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            You said, dear, that you do not know what good Russian bases are in the CIS countries, but you didn’t say what harm. And if there is no harm, let them be

            And where did I talk about harm? You don’t ascribe to me here !!! And then I’m offended ... ahahaha.


            Exactly, you didn’t say anything about harm. Although I asked you about it, so do not be offended hi

            Well, no, you didn’t ask about harm initially, don’t invent it. I was offended by you.
          12. FenH
            FenH 19 March 2016 00: 21
            -5
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            You said, dear, that you do not know what good Russian bases are in the CIS countries, but you didn’t say what harm. And if there is no harm, let them be

            And where did I talk about harm? You don’t ascribe to me here !!! And then I’m offended ... ahahaha.


            Exactly, you didn’t say anything about harm. Although I asked you about it, so do not be offended hi

            Well, no, you didn’t ask about harm initially, don’t invent it. I was offended by you.


            Read my question from 23:46 on time. There I ask you about the uselessness of Russian bases laughing
          13. Your friend
            Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 23
            0
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            You said, dear, that you do not know what good Russian bases are in the CIS countries, but you didn’t say what harm. And if there is no harm, let them be

            And where did I talk about harm? You don’t ascribe to me here !!! And then I’m offended ... ahahaha.


            Exactly, you didn’t say anything about harm. Although I asked you about it, so do not be offended hi

            Well, no, you didn’t ask about harm initially, don’t invent it. I was offended by you.


            Read my question from 23:46 on time. There I ask you about the uselessness of Russian bases laughing

            And where is the word harm in that question? You still want to offend me. Not good.)
          14. FenH
            FenH 19 March 2016 00: 29
            -4
            uselessness in this case as harm, to be honest the word harm is shorter laughing
          15. Your friend
            Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 34
            +1
            Quote: FenH
            uselessness in this case as harm, to be honest the word harm is shorter laughing

            No, they didn’t write. And yes, harm is not equal to uselessness. So you offended me mortally, how to live now.
          16. FenH
            FenH 19 March 2016 00: 40
            -5
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            uselessness in this case as harm, to be honest the word harm is shorter laughing

            No, they didn’t write. And yes, harm is not equal to uselessness. So you offended me mortally, how to live now.

            and wrote, and equally, and do not be offended drinks
          17. Your friend
            Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 45
            0
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            uselessness in this case as harm, to be honest the word harm is shorter laughing

            No, they didn’t write. And yes, harm is not equal to uselessness. So you offended me mortally, how to live now.

            and wrote, and equally, and do not be offended drinks

            no, no, I will
  5. KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 19 March 2016 00: 23
    0
    There are such: a Bukhara Jew (seriously, read on Wikipedia). Answer the question laughing
  6. Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 30
    -5
    Quote: KG_patriot_last
    There are such: a Bukhara Jew (seriously, read on Wikipedia). Answer the question laughing

    Ay-yai-yay, how bad. All these stereotypes about Jews smell bad. You have to be more tolerant ... hmm.
  7. FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 43
    -5
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: KG_patriot_last
    There are such: a Bukhara Jew (seriously, read on Wikipedia). Answer the question laughing

    Ay-yai-yay, how bad. All these stereotypes about Jews smell bad. You have to be more tolerant ... hmm.


    yes you dear do not smell them, do not take away bread from the professor’s mosquito
  8. Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 48
    -2
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: KG_patriot_last
    There are such: a Bukhara Jew (seriously, read on Wikipedia). Answer the question laughing

    Ay-yai-yay, how bad. All these stereotypes about Jews smell bad. You have to be more tolerant ... hmm.


    yes you dear do not smell them, do not take away bread from the professor’s mosquito

    Take away bread from a Jew ??? ... Oh, my God, and I have a stereotype, nooooo.
    The SAM professor has added me to his black list - do you feel the height of my greatness? So I can’t take the bread from him in any way.)))
  9. FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 50
    -5
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: KG_patriot_last
    There are such: a Bukhara Jew (seriously, read on Wikipedia). Answer the question laughing

    Ay-yai-yay, how bad. All these stereotypes about Jews smell bad. You have to be more tolerant ... hmm.


    yes you dear do not smell them, do not take away bread from the professor’s mosquito

    Take away bread from a Jew ??? ... Oh, my God, and I have a stereotype, nooooo.
    The SAM professor has added me to his black list - do you feel the height of my greatness? So I can’t take the bread from him in any way.)))

    Why is he doing this to you? Although it makes no difference, now you can safely put him an emoticon ( tongue ), he still will not see wink
  10. Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 53
    -2
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: KG_patriot_last
    There are such: a Bukhara Jew (seriously, read on Wikipedia). Answer the question laughing

    Ay-yai-yay, how bad. All these stereotypes about Jews smell bad. You have to be more tolerant ... hmm.


    yes you dear do not smell them, do not take away bread from the professor’s mosquito

    Take away bread from a Jew ??? ... Oh, my God, and I have a stereotype, nooooo.
    The SAM professor has added me to his black list - do you feel the height of my greatness? So I can’t take the bread from him in any way.)))

    Why is he doing this to you? Although it makes no difference, now you can safely put him an emoticon ( tongue ), he still will not see wink

    I can not put this emoticon, I do not see his certainly wise and deep comments. (((
  11. FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 31
    -5
    Quote: KG_patriot_last
    There are such: a Bukhara Jew (seriously, read on Wikipedia). Answer the question laughing

    Dear, we seem to have agreed that the Tajiks are to blame for everything, what are you attracting Jews to now?
  12. Chisayna
    Chisayna 19 March 2016 00: 00
    +1
    Yes, but that was what I had to do. When I was sent to defend, the southern borders of the CIS are the regiment’s political leader, as I put it. Following your logic, I had to desert, since we were not needed there. Yes, and to all of us who are in 93g , served on the Afghan border, it was necessary to flee throwing weapons. I have no doubt that you would have done so.
  13. FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 06
    -5
    Quote: Chisain
    Yes, but that was what I had to do. When I was sent to defend, the southern borders of the CIS are the regiment’s political leader, as I put it. Following your logic, I had to desert, since we were not needed there. Yes, and to all of us who are in 93g , served on the Afghan border, it was necessary to flee throwing weapons. I have no doubt that you would have done so.


    Are you my dear?
  14. Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 10
    -1
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Chisain
    Yes, but that was what I had to do. When I was sent to defend, the southern borders of the CIS are the regiment’s political leader, as I put it. Following your logic, I had to desert, since we were not needed there. Yes, and to all of us who are in 93g , served on the Afghan border, it was necessary to flee throwing weapons. I have no doubt that you would have done so.


    Are you my dear?

    This is it for me.)
  15. Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 06
    0
    Quote: Chisain
    Yes, but that was what I had to do. When I was sent to defend, the southern borders of the CIS are the regiment’s political leader, as I put it. Following your logic, I had to desert, since we were not needed there. Yes, and to all of us who are in 93g , served on the Afghan border, had to flee throwing weapons.

    The political commissar is always good, you always have to do as the political commissar said.) Ischo once. What is the usefulness of these databases?
    Quote: Chisain
    I had to flee throwing weapons. I have no doubt that you would do so.

    Of course, I would have done so, because I do not want to defend either the Turkmen, the Kazakhs, the Kyrgyz, or the Tajiks. In addition, they did not ask me about this. And you?
  16. FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 12
    -5
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: Chisain
    Yes, but that was what I had to do. When I was sent to defend, the southern borders of the CIS are the regiment’s political leader, as I put it. Following your logic, I had to desert, since we were not needed there. Yes, and to all of us who are in 93g , served on the Afghan border, had to flee throwing weapons.

    The political commissar is always good, you always have to do as the political commissar said.) Ischo once. What is the usefulness of these databases?
    Quote: Chisain
    I had to flee throwing weapons. I have no doubt that you would do so.


    Of course, I would have done so, because I do not want to defend either the Turkmen, the Kazakhs, the Kyrgyz, or the Tajiks. In addition, they did not ask me about this. And you?


    And yourself from them?
  17. Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 14
    -1
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: Chisain
    Yes, but that was what I had to do. When I was sent to defend, the southern borders of the CIS are the regiment’s political leader, as I put it. Following your logic, I had to desert, since we were not needed there. Yes, and to all of us who are in 93g , served on the Afghan border, had to flee throwing weapons.

    The political commissar is always good, you always have to do as the political commissar said.) Ischo once. What is the usefulness of these databases?
    Quote: Chisain
    I had to flee throwing weapons. I have no doubt that you would do so.


    Of course, I would have done so, because I do not want to defend either the Turkmen, the Kazakhs, the Kyrgyz, or the Tajiks. In addition, they did not ask me about this. And you?


    And yourself from them?

    Did they attack me? Byad, but I didn’t notice ... (he ran to defend himself)
  18. FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 22
    -4
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: Chisain
    Yes, but that was what I had to do. When I was sent to defend, the southern borders of the CIS are the regiment’s political leader, as I put it. Following your logic, I had to desert, since we were not needed there. Yes, and to all of us who are in 93g , served on the Afghan border, had to flee throwing weapons.

    The political commissar is always good, you always have to do as the political commissar said.) Ischo once. What is the usefulness of these databases?
    Quote: Chisain
    I had to flee throwing weapons. I have no doubt that you would do so.


    Of course, I would have done so, because I do not want to defend either the Turkmen, the Kazakhs, the Kyrgyz, or the Tajiks. In addition, they did not ask me about this. And you?


    And yourself from them?

    Did they attack me? Byad, but I didn’t notice ... (he ran to defend himself)


    When they attack, the late will rush about laughing
  19. Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 25
    -2
    Quote: FenH
    When they attack, the late will rush about
    Reply Quote Report Abuse

    They say in a few billion years the sun will turn into a red giant and swallow the Earth. Do you think it’s not too late to build an interstellar ship with a null engine?)
  20. FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 33
    -5
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: FenH
    When they attack, the late will rush about
    Reply Quote Report Abuse

    They say in a few billion years the sun will turn into a red giant and swallow the Earth. Do you think it’s not too late to build an interstellar ship with a null engine?)

    Until tomorrow, until the morning endures, but today you can relax yes but remember running out of time laughing
  21. Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 37
    0
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: FenH
    When they attack, the late will rush about
    Reply Quote Report Abuse

    They say in a few billion years the sun will turn into a red giant and swallow the Earth. Do you think it’s not too late to build an interstellar ship with a null engine?)

    Until tomorrow, until the morning endures, but today you can relax yes but remember running out of time laughing

    Fuuuuh, reassured, otherwise I almost rushed to the store to buy antimatter for the starship engine.
  • wolfhound
    wolfhound 18 March 2016 21: 00
    +1
    Do we need it? it’s just toughening and introducing a visa regime for citizens of Uzbekistan, a tax on remittances by private individuals, in the amount of 25%, and most importantly, that the Kazakhs take similar measures ... Karimov will be sad and calm his thieves heart, well, his daughters will quiet down, otherwise they’re there for Amer’s kavrishki, they’re doing a good job for Papa’s brain, at least the eldest is exactly
  • Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 18 March 2016 18: 40
    +13
    I was born and raised in Uzbekistan, there have always been graters, a lot of mixed marriages, and graters as they were, if there was silence, it was only during the times of the USSR, what can be learned from the USSR (but not from the times of the hunchback spotted s.k.o.t.tiny)
    1. corporal
      corporal 18 March 2016 18: 47
      0
      Quote: Dmitry Potapov
      always graters were

      How realistic is it to provoke a conflict?
      1. FenH
        FenH 18 March 2016 18: 48
        -3
        Quote: Corporal
        Quote: Dmitry Potapov
        always graters were

        How realistic is it to provoke a conflict?

        Very real:
        War may begin in Central Asia if Kyrgyzstan, with the help of Russia, continues to build hydropower plants on transboundary rivers. The president of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov warned about this. The hydropower cascade will leave irrigation canals without water, and the Aral Sea will dry up.
      2. Humpty
        Humpty 18 March 2016 18: 59
        +3
        Quote: Corporal
        How realistic is it to provoke a conflict?

        Hello ... Excuse me, where do you live at all? Or you haven’t heard of the two Uzbek-Kyrgyz conflicts in Kyrgyzstan since the 90th year. As a result of the latter (2010), according to various estimates, 450 to 2000 people became victims.
    2. Talgat
      Talgat 18 March 2016 19: 03
      +9
      Yes, that's for sure. These differences are one of the consequences of the death of our common homeland of the USSR. Fragmentation is always a feud. This would not have happened under the Golden Horde. under Tsarist Russia, during the USSR.
      This will not happen when the integration of the Eurasian Union is completed.

      Even now, the Eurasian integration factor is already in full swing. Already now, Kyrgyzstan is not a "small principality" ready to enter a local war. She is a member of the CSTO and the EAC and will not decide on her own. And the Uzbeks are not fools either - an attack on Kyrgyzstan is an attack on Kazakhstan. Belarus and Russia (also to Armenia - though it's not clear how the Armenians can help)

      I am sure that the Uzbek leaders had their own reasons for some kind of demarche - but it’s enough prudence not to escalate further. If the Kyrgyz had problems, then I hope that the Allies will help to solve
      1. FenH
        FenH 18 March 2016 19: 08
        -3
        Quote: Talgat
        Yes, that's for sure. These differences are one of the consequences of the death of our common homeland of the USSR. Fragmentation is always a feud. This would not have happened under the Golden Horde. under Tsarist Russia, during the USSR.
        This will not happen when the integration of the Eurasian Union is completed.

        Even now, the Eurasian integration factor is already in full swing. Already now, Kyrgyzstan is not a "small principality" ready to enter a local war. She is a member of the CSTO and the EAC and will not decide on her own. And the Uzbeks are not fools either - an attack on Kyrgyzstan is an attack on Kazakhstan. Belarus and Russia (also to Armenia - though it's not clear how the Armenians can help)

        I am sure that the Uzbek leaders had their own reasons for some kind of demarche - but it’s enough prudence not to escalate further. If the Kyrgyz had problems, then I hope that the Allies will help to solve



        The Uzbeks also were members of the CSTO, then they left, now it’s not clear at all
        1. Mowgli
          Mowgli 18 March 2016 20: 54
          +4
          The Uzbeks also were members of the CSTO, then they left, now it’s not clear at all


          They like to hang out very much.
          In 1992 - entered.
          In 1999 - came out
          In 2006 - entered.
          In 2012 - came out
          At the moment they are not.
          1. FenH
            FenH 18 March 2016 20: 59
            -3
            Quote: Mowgli
            The Uzbeks also were members of the CSTO, then they left, now it’s not clear at all


            They like to hang out very much.
            In 1992 - entered.
            In 1999 - left (consisted of 7 years)
            6 years have passed ...
            In 2005 - entered.
            In 2012 - left (again consisted of 7 years)
            At the moment, they are not.
            Now in 2018 should enter.

            That’s what I’m saying, they’re like that ball that walks in and out. Once the report came across where Karimov was present at the CSTO meeting as an observer
      2. avva2012
        avva2012 18 March 2016 19: 34
        +4
        Talgat, I hope Russia really has enough wisdom. Kyrgyzstan has always been a multinational state. Moreover, there was no way out for such a non-titular nationality as in other Central Asian republics. Freedom, damn it. Eat a full spoon. I think we will remain allies, no matter what.
      3. garnik64
        garnik64 19 March 2016 00: 14
        0
        also to Armenia - the truth is not clear how the Armenians can help)

        They have nothing to do there, as well as the Kazakhs in the future Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict. They already helped ...
  • AlexTires
    AlexTires 18 March 2016 18: 46
    +2
    I don’t want to stir up panic, but if I believe it will take a long time to excuse a religious holiday ... most likely they expect that the stray barmale can "break the thread" from a neighboring state or have their own "graters" ... But I definitely don’t believe in the holiday ...
    1. FenH
      FenH 18 March 2016 18: 50
      -4
      Quote: AlexTires
      I don’t want to stir up panic, but if I believe it will take a long time to excuse a religious holiday ... most likely they expect that the stray barmale can "break the thread" from a neighboring state or have their own "graters" ... But I definitely don’t believe in the holiday ...

      already discussed in VO a couple of years ago
      http://topwar.ru/35427-granica-kirgizii-i-uzbekistana-spornye-zemli-i-perspektiv
      y-umirotvoreniya.html
      1. AlexTires
        AlexTires 18 March 2016 18: 52
        0
        a couple of three years I was not in VO! crying
  • tatarin_ru
    tatarin_ru 18 March 2016 18: 50
    +2
    Something very similar to artificially created conflict.
    The main thing is not to flare up.
    1. MARK
      MARK 18 March 2016 18: 54
      -5
      Quote: tatarin_ru
      Something very similar to artificially created conflict.
      The main thing is not to flare up.

      Alas, they already paid to see ... It is not in vain that our (in this direction) exercises are carried out on a massive scale! Basmachi raise their heads .. Again, all over again ..))))
  • FenH
    FenH 18 March 2016 18: 54
    -2
    not the topic, but nice:
    “We need a specific person who can be hanged if there is no result,” the Crimean edition of Our Newspaper quotes the head of state
    It’s high time to appoint responsible everywhere, and not just on the bridge laughing
  • raid14
    raid14 18 March 2016 18: 55
    0
    There have already been riots in Osh (1990 and 2010), the Kyrgyz and Uzbeks still look askance at each other. It can be seen soon a new "batch" is planned.
  • Simoom
    Simoom 18 March 2016 19: 03
    0
    Yes, and a demon with them, less then scumbags in Russia they will have to sell drugs and banditry to drug dealing. Hucksters, these Gaster can be a joy, and people like a bone in the throat.
    1. Pravdarm
      Pravdarm 18 March 2016 22: 45
      -1
      Well you do!
      Yes, on the contrary!
      m / f "Vovka in the Far Far Away Kingdom"
    2. Your friend
      Your friend 18 March 2016 22: 57
      +7
      Quote: Samum
      Yes, and a demon with them, less then scumbags in Russia they will have to sell drugs and banditry to drug dealing. Hucksters, these Gaster can be a joy, and people like a bone in the throat.

      Ek, lovers of the next fraternal peoples have blown you away. Repent before it's too late, they will forgive you all.)))
  • parafoiler
    parafoiler 18 March 2016 19: 04
    0
    What did not divide, you say ?! East is a delicate matter...
  • Dmitry Potapov
    Dmitry Potapov 18 March 2016 19: 06
    +1
    Quote: Corporal
    Quote: Dmitry Potapov
    always graters were

    How realistic is it to provoke a conflict?

    Like two fingers! And faster, not because of hydroelectric power plants, but because of territorial issues to each other, where there are many Kirghiz in the territories of Uzbekistan, where there are many Uzbeks on the territory of Kyrgyzstan, especially in the border regions, Turkey can easily muddy the waters like ours and yours, I’m talking about The USSR was simpler, the country was common, the KGB worked well, you can call me a nationalist, but the Russians acted as a buffer and intermediary in ethnic issues, there was an unspoken concept of "older brother" behind which stood the KGB, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the ARMY, the General Prosecutor's Office, mattresses were generally they were elevated to the rank of ghouls and enemies and did not blather too much, but they were not given such an opportunity.
  • Hauptam
    Hauptam 18 March 2016 19: 12
    0
    This is what to share, both in patched portals go.
  • ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 18 March 2016 19: 18
    -4
    Conflict in our sphere of interests is not good at all.
    1. MARK
      MARK 18 March 2016 19: 39
      -2
      Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
      Conflict in our sphere of interests is not good at all.

      That's right .... These are waiting again! (they want to be bays)))
  • KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 18 March 2016 19: 29
    +4
    I report: the Uzbeks suddenly occupied an unmarked (because of enclaves) section of the border and began to check documents from Kyrgyz passing along the border (and there is a road).

    In general, so that there is no war, most likely through the CSTO line we will hint who they are and who we are.
    1. MARK
      MARK 18 March 2016 19: 45
      +1
      Quote: KG_patriot_last
      I report: the Uzbeks suddenly occupied an unmarked (because of enclaves) section of the border and began to check documents from Kyrgyz passing along the border (and there is a road).

      In general, so that there is no war, most likely through the CSTO line we will hint who they are and who we are.

      Beware of these, most importantly ... hi
      1. KG_patriot_last
        KG_patriot_last 18 March 2016 19: 53
        +5
        We already have immunity to the Americans, 2 coups showed who they are.

        But ISIS (and recently the Islamic movement of Uzbekistan swore allegiance to them), this will be a problem. Uzbeks are more fanatical and we have many migrants in the south (it was with them that the graters of 90's and 2010's were). If Uzbekistan begins to create ISIS through its special services, as Turkey did with Syria, it will be hot here.

        But for all the will of God and perhaps we will take Ferghana. Uzbeks simply forgot that historically mountain and steppe nomad bandits are us.
        1. makarick
          makarick 19 March 2016 00: 00
          0
          Oh, how you got carried away by a Kyrgyz patriot !!! "Let's show who they are, who we are. Let's take Fergana." That's why conflicts start! And about the capture of Fergana ... try ... let's see who you are.
          1. KG_patriot_last
            KG_patriot_last 19 March 2016 00: 14
            0
            Well, of course, conflicts begin because of me, and the Uzbek aggression has nothing to do with it. I see who you are already.
            1. FenH
              FenH 19 March 2016 00: 23
              -5
              Quote: KG_patriot_last
              Well, of course, conflicts begin because of me, and the Uzbek aggression has nothing to do with it. I see who you are already.

              do not quarrel dear, have already figured out everything, Tajiks are to blame
            2. makarick
              makarick 19 March 2016 10: 58
              0
              I am the one who is. And if some Kyrgyz "patriot" comes to "take" my hometown, I will cut his throat. And Fergana, by the way, was founded by Skobelev, and there weren't any Kirghiz there. Learn matches.
          2. amirbek
            amirbek 19 March 2016 11: 04
            -2
            Quote: makarick
            And about the capture of Ferghana ... try ... let's see who you are

            what about Shahimardan, huh?
            1. makarick
              makarick 19 March 2016 11: 54
              0
              Shokhimardan, Jordon-territory of Uzbekistan. And if we talk about enclaves, you can also recall Sokh. Kaptarkhona. Gulpion. Yes, you can find a lot of reasons if you want.
        2. de_monSher
          de_monSher 19 March 2016 09: 05
          0
          that historically mountain and steppe nomad bandits are us.


          The bandits, it doesn't matter whether they are steppe, mountain or marsh, have one end - a bullet in the forehead, or a rope tie around their neck. And in general, if you associate yourself with bandits, then let me - who will allow that, some barnacles, punks, to perform some actions, on a national scale, like - "... God's will, and maybe we will take Fergana." .. *))

          Neighbor, stop the blizzard and inflate your cheeks. The place and role of Kyrgyzstan is defined and understandable - to sit and keep quiet, away from sin. And then as soon as you open your mouth, you will immediately have a revolution, the next ... *))
  • Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 18 March 2016 19: 32
    +1
    The tension between the countries was clearly organized by our "partners" in order to keep Russia in constant tension ..
  • Ignatius
    Ignatius 18 March 2016 20: 00
    0
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: 79807420129
    Avona is like, in the world mania it’s not healthy to build walls from each other. Dill and baldonia munch on Russia, but these don’t border with us, but they build walls. Good luck.

    Here is the reason for their graters:
    War may begin in Central Asia if Kyrgyzstan, with the help of Russia, continues to build hydropower plants on transboundary rivers. The president of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov warned about this. The hydropower cascade will leave irrigation canals without water, and the Aral Sea will dry up.

    The Aral Sea has already dried up - nowhere else to go ...
    1. FenH
      FenH 18 March 2016 20: 04
      -4
      Quote: Ignatius
      Quote: FenH
      Quote: 79807420129
      Avona is like, in the world mania it’s not healthy to build walls from each other. Dill and baldonia munch on Russia, but these don’t border with us, but they build walls. Good luck.

      Here is the reason for their graters:
      War may begin in Central Asia if Kyrgyzstan, with the help of Russia, continues to build hydropower plants on transboundary rivers. The president of Uzbekistan Islam Karimov warned about this. The hydropower cascade will leave irrigation canals without water, and the Aral Sea will dry up.

      The Aral Sea has already dried up - nowhere else to go ...

      slowly picking up
  • Hope1960
    Hope1960 18 March 2016 20: 12
    0
    Lord! All events develop in a spiral - a new round will require not one Sukhov, but much more! Yeltsin thought that the Union republics "are easier for Russia with a cart"? But no, as before, this area must be kept under control, otherwise the unreasonable children begin to disgrace!
  • Titanumide
    Titanumide 18 March 2016 20: 40
    0
    Oh lope tut all experts gathered. Don’t piss you guys here. All the way. We strengthened the border so that the barmalei did not violate the terrorists. We want to meet peacefully nowruz and that's all
    1. wolfhound
      wolfhound 18 March 2016 21: 16
      0
      where are the barmalei waiting for ???? but Karim didn’t wet the barmalei from artillery from Andijan (I can confuse the cities), who came from across the river?
      1. Titanumide
        Titanumide 18 March 2016 22: 39
        +1
        Errors respected. Groups of terrorists several times violated the granutsu of Uzbekistan, and they crossed from Kyrgyzstan. They are found in the mountains of Kyrgyz understanding, the place is very convenient. And this coincides with the holidays for some reason. But Karimov did everything right. According to terrorist groups, Mr. Putin (respect to him, I respect !!) would also be a babakhnulba if only they were hiding behind civilians
        1. KG_patriot_last
          KG_patriot_last 18 March 2016 23: 26
          0
          Bullshit

          1) the Islamic movement of Uzbekistan - here are the terrorists
          2) the ignorant holiday is Nooruz
          3) Putin just do not drag
          1. Your friend
            Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 30
            0
            Quote: KG_patriot_last
            Bullshit from a cunning ass.

            It is nice to see the good neighborly relations of two fraternal Turkic peoples. Something that reminds me, um .... Ahhhh remembered, the same wonderful relationship between the fraternal Slavic peoples of Russia and Ukrainians !!!
            Nothing in the world is changing. (
            1. KG_patriot_last
              KG_patriot_last 18 March 2016 23: 43
              0
              You speak foolishly, but we know the tricky tricks. In the mountains of the Kyrgyz Republic say terrorists are hiding? not in Afghanistan, not in Uzbekistan? Then you call your brother provoking at the border?
              1. Your friend
                Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 45
                0
                Quote: KG_patriot_last
                You speak foolishly, but we know the tricky tricks. In the mountains of the Kyrgyz Republic say terrorists are hiding? not in Afghanistan, not in Uzbekistan? Then you call your brother provoking at the border?

                Are you talking to me? Not mixed up?
                1. KG_patriot_last
                  KG_patriot_last 18 March 2016 23: 58
                  0
                  No, I didn’t mix it up, an Uzbek migrant in Russia laughing
                  1. FenH
                    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 00
                    -5
                    Quote: KG_patriot_last
                    No, I didn’t mix it up, an Uzbek migrant in Russia laughing


                    Well, here you respected even surprised me, why such conclusions about the mosquito?
                  2. Your friend
                    Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 08
                    0
                    Quote: KG_patriot_last
                    No, I didn’t mix it up, an Uzbek migrant in Russia laughing

                    Oh dear, wahahahaha .... Today the most brilliant personalities of VO have gathered here.)))))
              2. makarick
                makarick 19 March 2016 00: 08
                0
                You can immediately see a good neighbor! Why not Uzbekistan and Uzbekistan!? And ... I understand, probably because the Kyrgyz Republic is not just Kyrgyzstan!
                1. KG_patriot_last
                  KG_patriot_last 19 March 2016 00: 22
                  0
                  The ram is also immediately visible - Orusia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, analogies are clear? Or maybe you are Uzbek, not Uzbekistan.
                  1. makarick
                    makarick 19 March 2016 11: 03
                    0
                    It can be seen that you’re not even a ram, but a donkey. If you are a Kyrgyz, then you probably didn’t see anything in Kyrgyzstan beyond the capital or the center.
                  2. amirbek
                    amirbek 19 March 2016 11: 18
                    -3
                    Quote: KG_patriot_last
                    The ram is also immediately visible - Orusia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, analogies are clear?

                    You all need to listen to the joke about "UFO, Osh city, Suleiman mountain" ... there this topic is well disclosed ...
              3. Chisayna
                Chisayna 19 March 2016 00: 11
                0
                Terrorists are based in neighboring Tajikistan. Remember 99g, where 600-700 (six hundred to seven hundred) militants invaded Kyrgyzstan.
                1. Your friend
                  Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 13
                  0
                  Quote: Chisain
                  Terrorists are based in neighboring Tajikistan. Remember 99g, where 600-700 (six hundred to seven hundred) militants invaded Kyrgyzstan.

                  Let's all together drench Tajiks in this thread. No one will intervene for them here. They are not on the site, I hope? )))
                  1. FenH
                    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 25
                    -5
                    Quote: Your friend
                    Quote: Chisain
                    Terrorists are based in neighboring Tajikistan. Remember 99g, where 600-700 (six hundred to seven hundred) militants invaded Kyrgyzstan.

                    Let's all together drench Tajiks in this thread. No one will intervene for them here. They are not on the site, I hope? )))

                    what if one of the moderators is Tajik, isn’t it scary? laughing
                    1. Your friend
                      Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 32
                      -1
                      Quote: FenH
                      Quote: Your friend
                      Quote: Chisain
                      Terrorists are based in neighboring Tajikistan. Remember 99g, where 600-700 (six hundred to seven hundred) militants invaded Kyrgyzstan.

                      Let's all together drench Tajiks in this thread. No one will intervene for them here. They are not on the site, I hope? )))

                      what if one of the moderators is Tajik, isn’t it scary? laughing

                      What? Tajik? Oh god .... Hmmm .... Tajiks are the greatest, progressive and nanotechnological nation in the region. All other nations are dust at their feet. Yes!!!
                      1. FenH
                        FenH 19 March 2016 00: 47
                        -5
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: Chisain
                        Terrorists are based in neighboring Tajikistan. Remember 99g, where 600-700 (six hundred to seven hundred) militants invaded Kyrgyzstan.

                        Let's all together drench Tajiks in this thread. No one will intervene for them here. They are not on the site, I hope? )))

                        what if one of the moderators is Tajik, isn’t it scary? laughing

                        What? Tajik? Oh god .... Hmmm .... Tajiks are the greatest, progressive and nanotechnological nation in the region. All other nations are dust at their feet. Yes!!!

                        Sincerely !!! good
                  2. Chisayna
                    Chisayna 19 March 2016 00: 34
                    0
                    Are you a provocateur? But the truth is that in Tajikistan, Rakhmonov does not control, and he never controlled GBAO.
                    1. FenH
                      FenH 19 March 2016 00: 46
                      -5
                      Quote: Chisain
                      Are you a provocateur? But the truth is that in Tajikistan, Rakhmonov does not control, and he never controlled GBAO.

                      Dear, there are no provocateurs. The people communicate, to the best of seriousness. Drinker smoothly flowing on Saturday, no need to strain hi
                      1. Your friend
                        Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 52
                        +2
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Chisain
                        Are you a provocateur? But the truth is that in Tajikistan, Rakhmonov does not control, and he never controlled GBAO.

                        Dear, there are no provocateurs. The people communicate, to the best of seriousness. Drinker smoothly flowing on Saturday, no need to strain hi

                        But seriously, you yourself see. Here on the VO website, Uzbeks, Kazakhs, Tajiks cannot find common ground. And what is it on the borders between these countries, in the countries themselves. And if, God forbid, there will be a mess. What will the soldiers do at our bases? No not like this. What will happen to the soldiers at these bases?
                      2. Chisayna
                        Chisayna 19 March 2016 00: 59
                        0
                        I have already been in this situation. So what?
                      3. Your friend
                        Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 01
                        +2
                        Quote: Chisain
                        I have already been in this situation. So what?

                        Great position. You were in that situation, now let others be prompted. Ay well done!
                      4. Chisayna
                        Chisayna 19 March 2016 01: 04
                        0
                        This is what I wrote looking at you. This is your position. The hut is extreme.
                      5. Your friend
                        Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 10
                        +2
                        Quote: Chisain
                        This is what I wrote looking at you. This is your position. The hut is extreme.

                        Your logic is not subject to my weak mind.
                        My logic is simple. It is not our business what the Central Asian republics are doing. These are sovereign countries with their Wishlist and cockroaches in their heads. They want to fight, let them fight, they do not want, let them not fight. The Russians should not die there, and should not protect the citizens of foreign countries. That’s the whole logic.
                      6. FenH
                        FenH 19 March 2016 01: 15
                        -5
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: Chisain
                        This is what I wrote looking at you. This is your position. The hut is extreme.

                        Your logic is not subject to my weak mind.
                        My logic is simple. It is not our business what the Central Asian republics are doing. These are sovereign countries with their Wishlist and cockroaches in their heads. They want to fight, let them fight, they do not want, let them not fight. The Russians should not die there, and should not protect the citizens of foreign countries. That’s the whole logic.


                        We were together for 70 years, and with some more. We fought and died together. Now just take it and let them fight. This is wrong. Moreover, our base there is not because of their dismantling, but because of Afghanistan
                      7. Your friend
                        Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 27
                        -1
                        Together we were 70 years old, and with some more. We fought and died together. Now just take and say let them fight. This is wrong.

                        Mexico has been with Spain for about 400 years, Egypt has been with Turkey for about the same ... so what?
                        Quote: FenH
                        Moreover, our base there is not because of their showdown, but because of Afghanistan

                        What exactly is Afghanistan bothering us with?
                      8. FenH
                        FenH 19 March 2016 01: 33
                        -5
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Together we were 70 years old, and with some more. We fought and died together. Now just take and say let them fight. This is wrong.

                        Mexico has been with Spain for about 400 years, Egypt has been with Turkey for about the same ... so what?
                        Quote: FenH
                        Moreover, our base there is not because of their showdown, but because of Afghanistan

                        What exactly is Afghanistan bothering us with?

                        Drug. Or do you think they poppy purely from orangereal interest grow? Then they process and market, guess where the main market is?
                      9. Your friend
                        Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 36
                        0
                        Quote: FenH
                        Drug. Or do you think they poppy purely from orangereal interest grow? Then they process and market, guess where the main market is?

                        Let me think about where the main market for selling Afghan poppy is .... Well, it’s definitely not Russia, we have a base in Tajikistan that protects us from this heroin ... Then what kind of country is this? .... No, I don’t know where the main market is, maybe Ukraine? Poland?((((
                      10. FenH
                        FenH 19 March 2016 01: 41
                        -5
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Drug. Or do you think they poppy purely from orangereal interest grow? Then they process and market, guess where the main market is?

                        Let me think about where the main market for selling Afghan poppy is .... Well, it’s definitely not Russia, we have a base in Tajikistan that protects us from this heroin ... Then what kind of country is this? .... No, I don’t know where the main market is, maybe Ukraine? Poland?((((

                        Guessed, well, in any case, Poland is Europe, and the main flow goes to Europe, through the Baltic states. Clean goods, so to speak, and from Europe to us all chemistry rushing. Here are such pies
                      11. Your friend
                        Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 48
                        0
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Drug. Or do you think they poppy purely from orangereal interest grow? Then they process and market, guess where the main market is?

                        Let me think about where the main market for selling Afghan poppy is .... Well, it’s definitely not Russia, we have a base in Tajikistan that protects us from this heroin ... Then what kind of country is this? .... No, I don’t know where the main market is, maybe Ukraine? Poland?((((

                        Guessed, well, in any case, Poland is Europe, and the main flow goes to Europe, through the Baltic states. Clean goods, so to speak, and from Europe to us all chemistry rushing. Here are such pies

                        Do you think the US military bases in Afghanistan specifically poison the Poles?
                        Oh, and pin..d..osy say that the main market for Afghan drugs is Russia, and they say that the main stream goes through Central Asia. They probably lie. http://www.golos-ameriki.ru/content/un-department-of-state-russia-afghanistan-he

                        roine / 1615881.html
                      12. FenH
                        FenH 19 March 2016 02: 00
                        -5
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Drug. Or do you think they poppy purely from orangereal interest grow? Then they process and market, guess where the main market is?

                        Let me think about where the main market for selling Afghan poppy is .... Well, it’s definitely not Russia, we have a base in Tajikistan that protects us from this heroin ... Then what kind of country is this? .... No, I don’t know where the main market is, maybe Ukraine? Poland?((((

                        Guessed, well, in any case, Poland is Europe, and the main flow goes to Europe, through the Baltic states. Clean goods, so to speak, and from Europe to us all chemistry rushing. Here are such pies

                        Do you think the US military bases in Afghanistan specifically poison the Poles?
                        Oh, and pin..d..osy say that the main market for Afghan drugs is Russia, and they say that the main stream goes through Central Asia. They probably lie. http://www.golos-ameriki.ru/content/un-department-of-state-russia-afghanistan-he


                        roine / 1615881.html

                        Of course they lie, who will deliver the high-quality product to Russia, the main flow to Europe. Russia is driven by chemistry, cheap and cheerful
                      13. Your friend
                        Your friend 19 March 2016 02: 10
                        0
                        Quote: FenH
                        Of course they lie, who will deliver the high-quality product to Russia, the main flow to Europe. Russia is driven by chemistry, cheap and cheerful

                        Well, okay. Although the state drug control of the Russian Federation agrees with these liars from across the ocean. Well, do not care.)))
                        http://www.fskn.gov.ru/includes/periodics/elesson/2012/0101/103811824/detail.sht
                        ml
                      14. FenH
                        FenH 19 March 2016 02: 23
                        -5
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Of course they lie, who will deliver the high-quality product to Russia, the main flow to Europe. Russia is driven by chemistry, cheap and cheerful

                        Well, okay. Although the state drug control of the Russian Federation agrees with these liars from across the ocean. Well, do not care.)))
                        http://www.fskn.gov.ru/includes/periodics/elesson/2012/0101/103811824/detail.sht

                        ml

                        UN experts believe that three quarters of the drug potion produced in Afghanistan through the countries of Central Asia enters Russia and countries of Western Europe.
                        It’s from there. I didn’t say that we don’t have it at all (our glamor and creacles will not be poisoned by chemistry), this is not enough for us, the bulk goes to Europe, and for our people there’s chemistry
  • FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 01: 06
    -5
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Chisain
    Are you a provocateur? But the truth is that in Tajikistan, Rakhmonov does not control, and he never controlled GBAO.

    Dear, there are no provocateurs. The people communicate, to the best of seriousness. Drinker smoothly flowing on Saturday, no need to strain hi

    But seriously, you yourself see. Here on the VO website, Uzbeks, Kazakhs, Tajiks cannot find common ground. And what is it on the borders between these countries, in the countries themselves. And if, God forbid, there will be a mess. What will the soldiers do at our bases? No not like this. What will happen to the soldiers at these bases?


    They will act according to the circumstances and in accordance with the order. Have they found common ground like 70 years?
  • Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 15
    +2
    Quote: FenH
    They will act according to the circumstances and in accordance with the order. Have they found common ground like 70 years?

    Oh yes, according to the circumstances. Like in Georgia in 2008, when Russian peacekeepers were killed?
    We were one country, there was no country, no points of contact. Where are the common ground with fraternal and kindred Ukraine?
  • FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 01: 19
    -5
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: FenH
    They will act according to the circumstances and in accordance with the order. Have they found common ground like 70 years?

    Oh yes, according to the circumstances. Like in Georgia in 2008, when Russian peacekeepers were killed?
    We were one country, there was no country, no points of contact. Where are the common ground with fraternal and kindred Ukraine?


    Can’t you remind me who hoisted the flag on the Reichstag? Because of the fucking humpback, my brother went to his brother so that he would rot alive
  • Your friend
    Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 28
    0
    Quote: FenH
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: FenH
    They will act according to the circumstances and in accordance with the order. Have they found common ground like 70 years?

    Oh yes, according to the circumstances. Like in Georgia in 2008, when Russian peacekeepers were killed?
    We were one country, there was no country, no points of contact. Where are the common ground with fraternal and kindred Ukraine?


    Can’t you remind me who hoisted the flag on the Reichstag? Because of the fucking humpback, my brother went to his brother so that he would rot alive

    I remember only the point.
  • FenH
    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 16
    -5
    Quote: Chisain
    Terrorists are based in neighboring Tajikistan. Remember 99g, where 600-700 (six hundred to seven hundred) militants invaded Kyrgyzstan.

    Uzbek and Kyrgyz swear on a branch, and Tajiks are to blame laughing
  • makarick
    makarick 19 March 2016 00: 24
    0
    I’m personally acquainted with Titanumid? No? Then why ignoramus? Maybe all the same Navruz and not Nooruz? Or will we get together in the spring?
  • Humpty
    Humpty 19 March 2016 05: 54
    0
    Quote: Titanumide
    Errors respected. Groups of terrorists several times violated the granutsu of Uzbekistan, and they crossed from Kyrgyzstan. They are found in the mountains of Kyrgyz understanding, the place is very convenient.

    He’s piled up, you won’t pull on your ears. Where did this nonsense come from? Although on the other hand the Internet is a great thing, the nonsense of everyone is visible.
    1. amirbek
      amirbek 19 March 2016 12: 06
      -2
      Quote: Humpty
      Quote: Titanumide
      Errors respected. Groups of terrorists several times violated the granutsu of Uzbekistan, and they crossed from Kyrgyzstan. They are found in the mountains of Kyrgyz understanding, the place is very convenient.

      He’s piled up, you won’t pull on your ears. Where did this nonsense come from? Although on the other hand the Internet is a great thing, the nonsense of everyone is visible.

      ... once I went with a friend (with ksivs uz) to shakhimardan to litter (after the mudflow and even after the beards left there ... the cable car did not work, before reaching the blue lake, the landscape really changed ... on the new rubble we see signs like "mined" "contaminated" ... have risen, there is no blue lake ... so the channel is small ... we go further along the dry bottom ... "Oh" and that green lake has become bigger on the right catamarans, class, people no, take any and skate for free, it will fit in, ok, I mean, let's go up from a height and look at the new landscape ... we climbed 100-150 meters - oops hole, camouflage, BINOCULARS and so on ... caught our breath, I know again. .. well, everything is clear, let's go back! we go down and to meet us a Kyrgyz (with a barrel) frontier (a hand on the strap of a barrel) stops 8-10m from below and in Russian says "you are on the territory of Kyrgyzstan, show your documents" ... showed (hand took off from the belt, came up, got burned) goit ... there are cigarettes ... we, there are ... come on ... gave ... what are you doing here .. and we are resting in the garam we climb ... but right now it’s not the season (in short, we have to go through) ... we lit a cigarette, we go down ... I ask, they say, everything is so strict, before we always climbed everywhere to the caves, rested, glades of malians ... not allowed ... in short, we talked cigarettes, mineral water lighter, they gave them away (they drove on catamarans for free) ... so it turns out Kirghiz "piled up, will not pull on ears"
      1. amirbek
        amirbek 19 March 2016 13: 21
        -2
        Quote: Amirbek
        He’s piled up, you won’t pull on your ears. Where did this nonsense come from? Although the Internet is great, on the other hand, everyone’s crap is visible.

        no, well, I loaded it as if in kind in the "course"!
        Dear Alexander! there were bearded and not bearded and even Yankees (mostly we drove here with their jeeps with antennas) ... I remember we even pissed on the Yankov wheels and bonnets for fun and painted a antenna on the antennas
  • Comrade Glebov
    Comrade Glebov 18 March 2016 20: 54
    +1
    The mess will not be strong, this happens regularly there, but the major did not reach the conflict. Even in the 2010 year, when the Yankees were intensely Uzbeks with the Kirghiz pitting, they could not be brought to war.
  • Bijo
    Bijo 18 March 2016 21: 04
    +4
    In Kyrgyzstan, the official language is Russian, which even the so-called "brothers of the Slavs" do not have.
  • miru mir
    miru mir 18 March 2016 21: 26
    -3
    Shaw again? Well then ...
    1. FenH
      FenH 18 March 2016 21: 30
      -5
      Quote: miru mir
      Shaw again? Well then ...

      This is about your place, dear? I mean the past
      1. miru mir
        miru mir 18 March 2016 21: 49
        -4
        My motherland. I still found the first conflict. But it was quickly extinguished, then the union still existed. But in 2000-horror what happened. Friends kept me informed.
        1. Chisayna
          Chisayna 18 March 2016 21: 57
          +1
          I'm wildly sorry. Wasn't this conflict the reason for your repatriation?
          1. miru mir
            miru mir 18 March 2016 22: 05
            -3
            Well no. Although it was unpleasant to watch heaps of drunk Kirghiz-Myrks marching along the central avenue and shouting "death to the Sarts." Just at home, in the place where I was born and raised, I began to feel uncomfortable ...
            1. Chisayna
              Chisayna 18 March 2016 22: 08
              -1
              Simply, fear for the future.
              1. miru mir
                miru mir 18 March 2016 22: 47
                -3
                In 90, I was still very young and not married. There was no fear. And if someone told me then that I would live in Israel, I would only laugh and twist my finger at the temple laughing But when he got married, yes, the daughter was born, yes, there was confusion and some sort of uncertainty ...
  • iouris
    iouris 18 March 2016 21: 47
    0
    In Soviet times, in Karabakh, too, everything was tip-top, because it was led by a Russian appointed from the Center. Under Gorbi, preparations began for the privatization of socialist property (means of production, land, water), and completely different people were appointed from the Center and other instructions followed.
    The Gorby period is the period of the formation of capitalism.
    According to Stalin, he was a prominent specialist on the national question, nations are formed only in the era of the formation of capitalism. Everyone must know this.
  • Andrey Peter
    Andrey Peter 18 March 2016 21: 51
    0
    Quote: Alex_Rarog
    Yes, they constantly have a small squabble ...

    But that bickering was at a shallow level. And after the collapse of the USSR, shitcrats appeared there (you know from where), in addition to the personal ambitions of the current "khans". So this is also a powder keg. I just do not understand the current leaders of these countries. All these "pink" revolutions end in tears for them and the most telling example is Gaddafi am
  • Signaller
    Signaller 18 March 2016 21: 51
    0
    Really, what to do ????? HERE questions the sea. Really ------- money
  • Dezinto
    Dezinto 18 March 2016 21: 58
    +2
    Why is everyone so naughty on the planet? All about their sores remembered and let's scratch, comb. sad
  • Titanumide
    Titanumide 18 March 2016 22: 47
    +1
    By the way, you guys wrote a lot about Karimov. Everyone is not welcome. The people love him. Honestly, as a particle of the people I assure you all. President as president. Everyone has their flaws. We are developing slowly. Very offended by the comments of many experts, such as all Slavs are saints and Uzbeks are enemies to you
    1. Your friend
      Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 05
      -2
      Quote: Titanumide
      By the way, you guys wrote a lot about Karimov. Everyone is not welcome. The people love him. Honestly, as a particle of the people I assure you all. President as president. Everyone has their flaws. We are developing slowly.

      Seriously people love? Just as in the Republic of Kazakhstan their elbasy love and how in the Russian Federation our elbasy? Which of the three presidents do you think is the most eldest president?
      Quote: Titanumide
      Very offended by the comments of many experts, such as all Slavs are saints and Uzbeks are enemies to you

      And what offends you? The site is full of Kazakhs and Kyrgyz. Do you think Russians in the majority have any business with Central Asia (well, except for a couple of stubborn locals who believe that Russia should show everyone Kuzkin’s mother, it doesn’t matter for what reason)?
      1. Roman 11
        Roman 11 19 March 2016 00: 55
        +2
        Quote: Your friend
        Do you think the Russians in the majority have any business with Central Asia

        It’s only the frostbitten-stupid-liberal has no business !!

        Do you know why ??

        That's right - although they say that our mind is a generator of evil, but after thinking, anyone agrees - THAT THE MOST IMPORTANT VICTORY WAS GENERAL !! How much did everyone pay for it together? I do not argue, Russia would have managed without the Union, but the price would have been different.

        Therefore, thanks to what we are now knocking our fingers on the keys, it is the most expensive and that somehow unites .......

        It’s another matter with the hunchbacked dweller to forget how to talk, but to understand each other in something ....... but this business is acquired, there would be a desire - the sun shines for everyone.
        1. Your friend
          Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 58
          0
          Quote: Novel 11
          Quote: Your friend
          Do you think the Russians in the majority have any business with Central Asia

          It’s only the frostbitten-stupid-liberal has no business !!

          Do you know why ??

          That's right - although they say that our mind is a generator of evil, but after thinking, anyone agrees - THAT THE MOST IMPORTANT VICTORY WAS GENERAL !! How much did everyone pay for it together? I do not argue, Russia would have managed without the Union, but the price would have been different.

          Therefore, thanks to what we are now knocking our fingers on the keys, it is the most expensive and that somehow unites .......

          It’s another matter with the hunchbacked dweller to forget how to talk, but to understand each other in something ....... but this business is acquired, there would be a desire - the sun shines for everyone.

          Sumptuously!!!
          But I still do not understand how the victory in the Second World War relates to my post? I kind of didn’t talk about war there. (
          1. FenH
            FenH 19 March 2016 01: 09
            -4
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: Novel 11
            Quote: Your friend
            Do you think the Russians in the majority have any business with Central Asia

            It’s only the frostbitten-stupid-liberal has no business !!

            Do you know why ??

            That's right - although they say that our mind is a generator of evil, but after thinking, anyone agrees - THAT THE MOST IMPORTANT VICTORY WAS GENERAL !! How much did everyone pay for it together? I do not argue, Russia would have managed without the Union, but the price would have been different.

            Therefore, thanks to what we are now knocking our fingers on the keys, it is the most expensive and that somehow unites .......

            It’s another matter with the hunchbacked dweller to forget how to talk, but to understand each other in something ....... but this business is acquired, there would be a desire - the sun shines for everyone.

            Sumptuously!!!
            But I still do not understand how the victory in the Second World War relates to my post? I kind of didn’t talk about war there. (


            The Komarad explained that it unites us with all the former countries of the Soviet Union - this is a victory in the Great Patriotic War
            1. Your friend
              Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 23
              +1
              Quote: FenH
              Lobster explained that it unites us with all the former countries of the Soviet Union - this is a victory in the Great Patriotic War

              This is serious? The Armenians have national heroes Nzhdeh and Dro (read for interest), Moldovans kiss kisses with the Romanians who justified Antonescu, Ukrainians - oooh these Ukrainians, demolish the monuments to the genirs and marshals of the KA and put down monuments to the heroes of the Galician region, the Baltic states - let's not talk about the Baltic states, yes ?
              And look how the Second World War unites the Kyrgyz, Kazakhs and Uzbeks on this site -... eeee, but it does not unite. He clings to each other ready. (
              1. FenH
                FenH 19 March 2016 01: 29
                -3
                Quote: Your friend
                Quote: FenH
                Lobster explained that it unites us with all the former countries of the Soviet Union - this is a victory in the Great Patriotic War

                This is serious? The Armenians have national heroes Nzhdeh and Dro (read for interest), Moldovans kiss kisses with the Romanians who justified Antonescu, Ukrainians - oooh these Ukrainians, demolish the monuments to the genirs and marshals of the KA and put down monuments to the heroes of the Galician region, the Baltic states - let's not talk about the Baltic states, yes ?
                And look how the Second World War unites the Kyrgyz, Kazakhs and Uzbeks on this site -... eeee, but it does not unite. He clings to each other ready. (


                Well, we’ve got enough and we have enough in Russia, what now? Look at the meetings of veterans on May 9. Probably you need to take an example from them than from 3,14 races trying to rewrite our history
                1. Your friend
                  Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 32
                  +1
                  Quote: FenH
                  Quote: Your friend
                  Quote: FenH
                  Lobster explained that it unites us with all the former countries of the Soviet Union - this is a victory in the Great Patriotic War

                  This is serious? The Armenians have national heroes Nzhdeh and Dro (read for interest), Moldovans kiss kisses with the Romanians who justified Antonescu, Ukrainians - oooh these Ukrainians, demolish the monuments to the genirs and marshals of the KA and put down monuments to the heroes of the Galician region, the Baltic states - let's not talk about the Baltic states, yes ?
                  And look how the Second World War unites the Kyrgyz, Kazakhs and Uzbeks on this site -... eeee, but it does not unite. He clings to each other ready. (


                  Well, we’ve got enough and we have enough in Russia, what now? Look at the meetings of veterans on May 9. Probably you need to take an example from them than from 3,14 races trying to rewrite our history

                  What are you doing? These are official, state interpretations of history. You tell any Armenians that Nzhdeh is a vile Nazi and hear what he thinks of you and the Russians.
                  1. FenH
                    FenH 19 March 2016 01: 37
                    -5
                    Quote: Your friend
                    Quote: FenH
                    Quote: Your friend
                    Quote: FenH
                    Lobster explained that it unites us with all the former countries of the Soviet Union - this is a victory in the Great Patriotic War

                    This is serious? The Armenians have national heroes Nzhdeh and Dro (read for interest), Moldovans kiss kisses with the Romanians who justified Antonescu, Ukrainians - oooh these Ukrainians, demolish the monuments to the genirs and marshals of the KA and put down monuments to the heroes of the Galician region, the Baltic states - let's not talk about the Baltic states, yes ?
                    And look how the Second World War unites the Kyrgyz, Kazakhs and Uzbeks on this site -... eeee, but it does not unite. He clings to each other ready. (


                    Well, we’ve got enough and we have enough in Russia, what now? Look at the meetings of veterans on May 9. Probably you need to take an example from them than from 3,14 races trying to rewrite our history

                    What are you doing? These are official, state interpretations of history. You tell any Armenians that Nzhdeh is a vile Nazi and hear what he thinks of you and the Russians.

                    Tomorrow I’ll ask, I’ll check, I’m already intrigued
        2. FenH
          FenH 19 March 2016 01: 08
          -4
          Quote: Novel 11
          Quote: Your friend
          Do you think the Russians in the majority have any business with Central Asia

          It’s only the frostbitten-stupid-liberal has no business !!

          Do you know why ??

          That's right - although they say that our mind is a generator of evil, but after thinking, anyone agrees - THAT THE MOST IMPORTANT VICTORY WAS GENERAL !! How much did everyone pay for it together? I do not argue, Russia would have managed without the Union, but the price would have been different.


          Therefore, thanks to what we are now knocking our fingers on the keys, it is the most expensive and that somehow unites .......

          It’s another matter with the hunchbacked dweller to forget how to talk, but to understand each other in something ....... but this business is acquired, there would be a desire - the sun shines for everyone.



          + for the most correct definition hi
  • gg.na
    gg.na 18 March 2016 22: 58
    0
    There was a thing, many times I talked with the Uzbeks, so with those with whom I spoke belay damn all as one spoke about the Kyrgyz very unobtrusively! With all kinds of insults and stuff yes yeah. The main emphasis is on the fact that this nationality (Kyrgyz) is very harmful! I have never had a chance to talk with the Kyrgyz on this topic. Therefore, on the part of the Kyrgyz, what they think about the Uzbeks No. I can. I do not know request maybe I just came across such Uzbeks who are so negatively inclined towards the Kyrgyz what !? Figs knows him! And now, apparently, someone (I won’t specify about partners from behind the puddle) found out that there is an opportunity to stir up a conflict in those regions and skillfully use this weak side!
    1. Humpty
      Humpty 19 March 2016 07: 47
      +1
      Quote: gg.na
      Therefore, on the part of the Kyrgyz, I can’t say what they think about the Uzbeks.

      Mirror And about the Tajiks as well. Uzbek Tajiks and Kyrgyz, culturally speaking, are not complimentary. Each has its own truth and its own prejudices.
  • Very old
    Very old 18 March 2016 23: 19
    0
    Quote: Old very
    I lived on Issyk-Kul for a little (2 years) there really weren’t any "special terok", the Uzbeks lived in small compact groups. I remember that an old Kyrgyz man spoke of Uzbeks: they can only dig in the ground and they don’t understand a damn thing about horses - that's all ” graters "- conflict-free

    And there’s nothing to do with water

    Hes? So everyone needs energy, why not build together?
    1. KG_patriot_last
      KG_patriot_last 18 March 2016 23: 54
      +1
      To understand the relationship you need to be a little historian. 2 years, 20 years not enough you lived there. 200 years is still no time.

      In addition to water, there are permanent graters, but water has recently been a hot topic. We already had a joint gas and electric system - we switched to our own ... What kind of hydropower plant is there ... Uzbekistan left the Collective Security Treaty Organization when Russia began to develop a hydropower project. So we live: they don’t want to give gas, oil, electricity, but they demand water.
  • FenH
    FenH 18 March 2016 23: 29
    -4
    Quote: Your friend
    Quote: FenH
    In general, this organization has been operating since 2001. And Uzbekistan periodically went in and out, and the mosquito simply provided updated data as of 2015

    Updated data of what?
    It’s clearly written in a person that, for example, Armenia has become a member country of the Eurasian Economic Community, a member country since January 2, 2015.

    Until 2014, it was the Community (EurAsEC), which sometimes included Uzbekistan:
    https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%95%D0%B2%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%B7%D0%B8%D0%B9%D1%81%D
    0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B5_%D1%8D%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B8%D1%87%D0%B5%D1%81%D0
    %BA%D0%BE%D0%B5_%D1%81%D0%BE%D0%BE%D0%B1%D1%89%D0%B5%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B2%D0%BE
    Since 2015, it has become the Union (EAEU), Uzbekistan has not yet entered there, but who knows request
    1. Your friend
      Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 33
      -1
      Quote: FenH
      Quote: Your friend
      Quote: FenH
      In general, this organization has been operating since 2001. And Uzbekistan periodically went in and out, and the mosquito simply provided updated data as of 2015

      Updated data of what?
      It’s clearly written in a person that, for example, Armenia has become a member country of the Eurasian Economic Community, a member country since January 2, 2015.

      Until 2014, it was the Community (EurAsEC), which sometimes included Uzbekistan:
      https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%95%D0%B2%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%B7%D0%B8%D0%B9%D1%81%D

      0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B5_%D1%8D%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B8%D1%87%D0%B5%D1%81%D0

      %BA%D0%BE%D0%B5_%D1%81%D0%BE%D0%BE%D0%B1%D1%89%D0%B5%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B2%D0%BE
      Since 2015, it has become the Union (EAEU), Uzbekistan has not yet entered there, but who knows request

      Here it is !!! One useless organization replaced another useless.
      1. FenH
        FenH 18 March 2016 23: 35
        -5
        Quote: Your friend
        Quote: FenH
        Quote: Your friend
        Quote: FenH
        In general, this organization has been operating since 2001. And Uzbekistan periodically went in and out, and the mosquito simply provided updated data as of 2015

        Updated data of what?
        It’s clearly written in a person that, for example, Armenia has become a member country of the Eurasian Economic Community, a member country since January 2, 2015.

        Until 2014, it was the Community (EurAsEC), which sometimes included Uzbekistan:
        https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%95%D0%B2%D1%80%D0%B0%D0%B7%D0%B8%D0%B9%D1%81%D


        0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B5_%D1%8D%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%BC%D0%B8%D1%87%D0%B5%D1%81%D0


        %BA%D0%BE%D0%B5_%D1%81%D0%BE%D0%BE%D0%B1%D1%89%D0%B5%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B2%D0%BE
        Since 2015, it has become the Union (EAEU), Uzbekistan has not yet entered there, but who knows request

        Here it is !!! One useless organization replaced another useless.


        What good is it from you?
        1. Your friend
          Your friend 18 March 2016 23: 41
          0
          Quote: FenH
          What good is it from you?

          Here you have eaten, so you have eaten. What good is it from me, but practically none, well, by the little things, which you should not even talk about. Well, there I pay taxes, I give work to people (Russians, not gastram), zp white cry for them, well, generally not worth talking.
          1. FenH
            FenH 18 March 2016 23: 54
            -5
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            What good is it from you?

            Here you have eaten, so you have eaten. What good is it from me, but practically none, well, by the little things, which you should not even talk about. Well, there I pay taxes, I give work to people (Russians, not gastram), zp white cry for them, well, generally not worth talking.


            12 thousand rubles a year is also taxes, and for a bottle I hired hanuriks, like the salary, even very "white" wink
            1. Your friend
              Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 01
              0
              Quote: FenH
              Quote: Your friend
              Quote: FenH
              What good is it from you?

              Here you have eaten, so you have eaten. What good is it from me, but practically none, well, by the little things, which you should not even talk about. Well, there I pay taxes, I give work to people (Russians, not gastram), zp white cry for them, well, generally not worth talking.


              12 thousand rubles a year is also taxes, and for a bottle I hired hanuriks, like the salary, even very "white" wink

              You know better.)))
              1. FenH
                FenH 19 March 2016 00: 07
                -5
                Quote: Your friend
                Quote: FenH
                Quote: Your friend
                Quote: FenH
                What good is it from you?

                Here you have eaten, so you have eaten. What good is it from me, but practically none, well, by the little things, which you should not even talk about. Well, there I pay taxes, I give work to people (Russians, not gastram), zp white cry for them, well, generally not worth talking.


                12 thousand rubles a year is also taxes, and for a bottle I hired hanuriks, like the salary, even very "white" wink

                You know better.)))


                Everything is written down from your words hi
                1. Your friend
                  Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 12
                  0
                  Quote: FenH
                  Everything is written down from your words

                  What is your evidence?
                  1. FenH
                    FenH 19 March 2016 00: 18
                    -5
                    Quote: Your friend
                    Quote: FenH
                    Everything is written down from your words

                    What is your evidence?


                    What I see, I write laughing You didn’t describe in more detail what you are doing and what people are doing with you, so my version can be assumed wink
                    1. Your friend
                      Your friend 19 March 2016 00: 20
                      0
                      Quote: FenH
                      Quote: Your friend
                      Quote: FenH
                      Everything is written down from your words

                      What is your evidence?


                      What I see, I write laughing You didn’t describe in more detail what you are doing and what people are doing with you, so my version can be assumed wink

                      When I wrote "You know better" - it was supposedly subtle humor that you know better how to do business, like you do your business with the help of a bottle. AND? Do you appreciate my subtle sense of humor? Have you appreciated?)))
                      1. FenH
                        FenH 19 March 2016 00: 36
                        -5
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Everything is written down from your words

                        What is your evidence?


                        What I see, I write laughing You didn’t describe in more detail what you are doing and what people are doing with you, so my version can be assumed wink

                        When I wrote "You know better" - it was supposedly subtle humor that you know better how to do business, like you do your business with the help of a bottle. AND? Do you appreciate my subtle sense of humor? Have you appreciated?)))


                        No, well, when with comments, then of course good
  • bashkort
    bashkort 18 March 2016 23: 58
    0
    I think that in any case, the Russian Federation will take the side of Kyrgyzstan (if only because of the CSTO). Although what's in the liberal oligarchs around Putin's head - xs.
    1. Chisayna
      Chisayna 19 March 2016 01: 13
      0
      Uzbekistan, with the collapse of the USSR, got more equipment and weapons. There, and the withdrawal of troops from the river went mainly to the territory of Uzbekistan. Two (two) schools in Tashkent, a tank and combined arms school with a teacher, staff and a military base, went to the Uzbeks, district warehouses. In general a lot, the Uzbeks still have a lot of mobility. If Karimov did not squander what he got, then he has more chances against the Kyrgyz.
      1. FenH
        FenH 19 March 2016 01: 21
        -5
        Quote: Chisain
        Uzbekistan, with the collapse of the USSR, got more equipment and weapons. There, and the withdrawal of troops from the river went mainly to the territory of Uzbekistan. Two (two) schools in Tashkent, a tank and combined arms school with a teacher, staff and a military base, went to the Uzbeks, district warehouses. In general a lot, the Uzbeks still have a lot of mobility. If Karimov did not squander what he got, then he has more chances against the Kyrgyz.

        Karimov is not, he understands that without Russia he will not be able to cope with guests from Afghanistan
        1. Your friend
          Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 30
          0
          Quote: FenH
          Quote: Chisain
          Uzbekistan, with the collapse of the USSR, got more equipment and weapons. There, and the withdrawal of troops from the river went mainly to the territory of Uzbekistan. Two (two) schools in Tashkent, a tank and combined arms school with a teacher, staff and a military base, went to the Uzbeks, district warehouses. In general a lot, the Uzbeks still have a lot of mobility. If Karimov did not squander what he got, then he has more chances against the Kyrgyz.

          Karimov is not, he understands that without Russia he will not be able to cope with guests from Afghanistan

          Strange, the new Turkmenbashi somehow copes. Without Russia, the old coped too. That's what life-giving ruhnama does!
          1. FenH
            FenH 19 March 2016 01: 35
            -6
            Quote: Your friend
            Quote: FenH
            Quote: Chisain
            Uzbekistan, with the collapse of the USSR, got more equipment and weapons. There, and the withdrawal of troops from the river went mainly to the territory of Uzbekistan. Two (two) schools in Tashkent, a tank and combined arms school with a teacher, staff and a military base, went to the Uzbeks, district warehouses. In general a lot, the Uzbeks still have a lot of mobility. If Karimov did not squander what he got, then he has more chances against the Kyrgyz.

            Karimov is not, he understands that without Russia he will not be able to cope with guests from Afghanistan

            Strange, the new Turkmenbashi somehow copes. Without Russia, the old coped too. That's what life-giving ruhnama does!


            without Russia, and without China, there would have been a second Libya
            1. Your friend
              Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 38
              0
              Quote: FenH
              without Russia, and without China, there would have been a second Libya

              How many bases of China in Turkmenistan? None??? Oh my god, maybe Tajiks are somehow without our bases?
              1. FenH
                FenH 19 March 2016 01: 43
                -5
                Let it be worth it, the problems of Turkmenbashi and China worry me last
                1. Your friend
                  Your friend 19 March 2016 01: 52
                  0
                  Quote: FenH
                  Let it be worth it, the problems of Turkmenbashi and China worry me last

                  The fact of the matter is that they have no problems with "guests from Afghanistan."
                  1. FenH
                    FenH 19 March 2016 02: 01
                    -5
                    Quote: Your friend
                    Quote: FenH
                    Let it be worth it, the problems of Turkmenbashi and China worry me last

                    The fact of the matter is that they have no problems with "guests from Afghanistan."

                    They don’t, but we have them. First of all, we should think about ourselves, not about them
                    1. Your friend
                      Your friend 19 March 2016 02: 11
                      +2
                      Quote: FenH
                      Quote: Your friend
                      Quote: FenH
                      Let it be worth it, the problems of Turkmenbashi and China worry me last

                      The fact of the matter is that they have no problems with "guests from Afghanistan."

                      They don’t, but we have them. First of all, we should think about ourselves, not about them

                      So I am about the same. We must think about ourselves, not the peoples of Central Asia.
                      1. FenH
                        FenH 19 March 2016 02: 24
                        -5
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Quote: Your friend
                        Quote: FenH
                        Let it be worth it, the problems of Turkmenbashi and China worry me last

                        The fact of the matter is that they have no problems with "guests from Afghanistan."

                        They don’t, but we have them. First of all, we should think about ourselves, not about them

                        So I am about the same. We must think about ourselves, not the peoples of Central Asia.


                        Being there, we think about ourselves here laughing

                        In the morning, people wake up and stuff us with cons, because we outdid the Syrian and Ukrainian themes by comments laughing
          2. Razvedka_Boem
            Razvedka_Boem 19 March 2016 14: 42
            -3
            Old Turkmenbashi .. not new ..) Militarily, Turkmenistan is zero.
        2. Razvedka_Boem
          Razvedka_Boem 19 March 2016 14: 44
          -3
          If the Taliban and others will not be supported by the United States and others, then there will be no problems with Afghanistan. And in the interests of Russia, so be it.
      2. Turkestan
        Turkestan 19 March 2016 09: 47
        -2
        Not two but three military schools were inherited from the USSR. Combined Arms Tashkent School, Chirchik Tank School, Samarkand Automobile School. All of them still exist. After 92, another Dzhezak Flying School was created.
        1. makarick
          makarick 19 March 2016 11: 15
          0
          There are two more faculties in Jizzakh, there is a fire department in Tashkent (once a branch of Sverdlovsk) + MVDeshnye schools and colleges + Tashkent Military Customs Institute.
          1. Chisayna
            Chisayna 19 March 2016 11: 36
            -2
            This is a possible conflict between the Uzbeks and the Kyrgyz. Tashkent combined arms used to prepare good specialists for mountain conditions. Who will be needed there. And not firemen and customs officers. And the greed of Uzbek customs officers is well known.
            1. makarick
              makarick 19 March 2016 16: 07
              +1
              Customs outside nationality !!! I personally can give many examples of how customs officers are robbing in Russia, there are no competitors in Kazakhs (customs) ...
      3. Razvedka_Boem
        Razvedka_Boem 19 March 2016 14: 48
        -3
        Islam Abduganievich did not squander anything. By the way, in the days of the USSR, there were only two KGB Higher Schools. The second was in Tashkent) That's why. National Security Service. in the post-Soviet space, takes second place after the FSB .. although for many it will be news)
  • dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 19 March 2016 02: 25
    -1
    Well, there is something that they can’t share! Another roosters at the side of Russia. This childishness is pretty tired, even with the foreheads of both bays.
    1. FenH
      FenH 19 March 2016 02: 28
      -4
      Quote: dchegrinec
      Well, there is something that they can’t share! Another roosters at the side of Russia. This childishness is pretty tired, even with the foreheads of both bays.

      There is much that they can’t share, it was under the Soviet Union everything was common, but now the battle for resources hi
  • tolmachiev51
    tolmachiev51 19 March 2016 04: 21
    0
    Scribble !!! You read the headline, as if they were throwing divisions, armies !!! Ten warriors got lost already with the whole KAMAZ.
  • Razvedka_Boem
    Razvedka_Boem 19 March 2016 09: 16
    +1
    Hmm .. I read the comments .. Having no idea about the local realities, lying on the couch to talk about how and what to do .. Yes, even with a contemptuous, arrogant tone .. like "God, these things have not been shared" or "bickering with them always shallow ".. Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan are the only obstacle from the restless Afghanistan. There is nothing much to say about Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, neither militarily nor politically, they represent nothing of themselves and cannot act independently without outside support. By the way, after the events in Osh, relatively recently, when Uzbeks were slaughtered, Uzbekistan received tens of thousands of refugees, reception centers with hot meals and medical assistance were organized on the territory of the Andijan region.
    Then many expected that our president would send troops to Kyrgyzstan. It was proper to count on those who arranged this provocation. But they did not do this and avoided the escalation of the conflict into a full-fledged war.
    Thus, sometimes the much-mentioned "closeness" of Uzbekistan ensures stability within the country. For example, you can safely return after midnight after some birthday.
    About der ... democracy. It is not needed not only in Central Asia, but also throughout the entire territory of the former Union, including Russia. Only the will of ONE leader can rally the people and ensure development. A vivid example, to make it clearer to you, respected GDP ..) The tone of the Western articles is already-not to remove Russia .. but to remove Putin. Draw your own conclusions.
  • rsp6
    rsp6 19 March 2016 09: 53
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    Che noise to raise because of two armored personnel carriers before the holidays always reinforce the border.