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  • Sheila Gwaltney was sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan at an official ceremony at the State Department on August 20.

    Sheila Gwaltney was sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan at an official ceremony at the State Department on August 20.

  • The closing event of the Chui Oblast 2015 American Caravan Project in Suusamyr Valley included great performances, local arts and crafts, and nomadic games. Guests had a chance to explore books and resources from the American Corner.

    The closing event of the Chui Oblast 2015 American Caravan Project in Suusamyr Valley included great performances, local arts and crafts, and nomadic games. Guests had a chance to explore books and resources from the American Corner.

  • USAID Agro Horizon Project conducted a demonstration of new equipment for drying apricots in Batken.

    USAID Agro Horizon Project conducted a demonstration of new equipment for drying apricots in Batken.

  • Ambassador Richard E. Hoagland, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs of the Department of State, met with government representatives and journalists from Vecherniy Bishkek and Kloop on July 29th.

    Ambassador Richard E. Hoagland, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs of the Department of State, met with government representatives and journalists from Vecherniy Bishkek and Kloop on July 29th.

  • Access Graduation Camp 2015 brought together 58 English Access Microscholarship Program students from Tokmok, Toktogul, Jalalabad and At-Bashy, as well as four FLEX and two Access program alumni.

    Access Graduation Camp 2015 brought together 58 English Access Microscholarship Program students from Tokmok, Toktogul, Jalalabad and At-Bashy, as well as four FLEX and two Access program alumni.

  • Conservation of XI-XII Century Karakhanid Mausoluem in Uzgen to be conducted by U.S. architect William Remsen. The U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation is granting $152,910 for this project.

    Conservation of XI-XII Century Karakhanid Mausoluem in Uzgen to be conducted by U.S. architect William Remsen. The U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation is granting $152,910 for this project.

  • Win McLaughlin, a U.S. Fulbright Student from University of Oregon, found fossils of rhino and giraffe near Kant, Naryn, and several sites around Issyk Kul. Most of the fossils are about 6 million years old.

    Win McLaughlin, a U.S. Fulbright Student from University of Oregon, found fossils of rhino and giraffe near Kant, Naryn, and several sites around Issyk Kul. Most of the fossils are about 6 million years old.

  • With the support of USAID, leaders of the newly formed National Bar Association of the Kyrgyz Republic met with officials of the American Bar Association.

    With the support of USAID, leaders of the newly formed National Bar Association of the Kyrgyz Republic met with officials of the American Bar Association.

  • The U.S. Embassy to the Kyrgyz Republic celebrates U.S. Independence Day to commemorate the 239th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Declaration of Independence.

    The U.S. Embassy to the Kyrgyz Republic celebrates U.S. Independence Day to commemorate the 239th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Declaration of Independence.

  • World Cup champion Lorrie Fair visited communities around the country for the Summer Soccer Fest.

    World Cup champion Lorrie Fair visited communities around the country for the Summer Soccer Fest.

  • The Kyrgyz-American Hip-Hop Fest 2015 was held in Bishkek on May 30 in Oak Park near the Kurmanjan Datka monument.  Hip-hop dancers, DJs and MCs gave fiery performances for all dance lovers.

    The Kyrgyz-American Hip-Hop Fest 2015 was held in Bishkek on May 30 in Oak Park near the Kurmanjan Datka monument. Hip-hop dancers, DJs and MCs gave fiery performances for all dance lovers.

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