Kulov Calls for Action to End Uzbek Crisis

by Laurence on 5/26/2005 · 1 comment

The Financial Times (subscription required) has an interesting article quoting Kulov’s analysis of the current situation in Uzbekistan:

Felix Kulov, Kyrgyzstan’s acting prime minister, this weekend warned that the wave of unrest in neighbouring Uzbekistan could spread further into Central Asia, destabilising the region and posing a security threat to Russia and the west.

He appealed to Moscow and western governments to help solve the crisis.

Kulov, whose role in Kyrgyzstan’s revolt was quite impressive, apparently views the role of Islamist elements in the Andijan rebellion as rather serious…

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Nathan May 26, 2005 at 9:23 am

And like I said yesterday, I think he’s exaggerating to get Kyrgyzstan some $$$.

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