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  • 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.

  • Series of inforgraphics about U.S. assistance to Kyrgyzstan.

    Series of inforgraphics about U.S. assistance to Kyrgyzstan.

  • 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.

  • Atlas Corps, in partnership with the U.S. Government, seeks emerging civil society leaders for a funded, prestigious leadership development program in the United States—the Emerging Global Leaders Initiative (EGLI) Atlas Corps Fellowship.

    Atlas Corps, in partnership with the U.S. Government, seeks emerging civil society leaders for a funded, prestigious leadership development program in the United States—the Emerging Global Leaders Initiative (EGLI) Atlas Corps Fellowship.

  • 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 USAID Business Development Initiative sponsored a start-up bootcamp for young people July 16, wherein aspiring entrepreneurs learned more about client-oriented work, marketing investments, and online marketing tools.

    The USAID Business Development Initiative sponsored a start-up bootcamp for young people July 16, wherein aspiring entrepreneurs learned more about client-oriented work, marketing investments, and online marketing tools.

More News from the Embassy

  • KYRGYZSTAN: Tangible Benefits of U.S. Assistance in Response to Termination of the 1993 Bilateral Agreement

    We are disappointed to see the government’s statement renouncing the 1993 Bilateral Agreement despite our long, deep, and mutually beneficial partnership with Kyrgyzstan. The United States was one of the first countries to recognize Kyrgyzstan’s independence. We have provided nearly $2 billion in assistance since then, in the spirit of partnership and to support and strengthen Kyrgyzstan’s democratic transition. 

  • Remarks at the 2014 Human Rights Defenders Award Ceremony

    "Your voices, your persistence, your leadership is needed now more than ever." – Deputy Secretary Antony Blinken honoring the work of Azimjon Askarov at the 2014 Human Rights Defender Award Ceremony on July 16 

  • Bishkek will host an event commemorating victims of AIDS

    On July 15, at 7pm at the Victory Park in Bishkek there will be an event commemorating victims of HIV/AIDS. The event, "There is treatment. There is no time", is affiliated with the International Day Against Drug Abuse on June 26. 

  • US/UK Parliamentary Strengthening Program Shares Five Years of Results

    On July 9, 2015, the Kyrgyzstan Parliamentary Strengthening Program (KPSP) funded jointly by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID), held its program closure conference at the Jannat Hotel in Bishkek.  

  • USAID donated tuberculosis drugs to the Ministry of Health

    In June, USAID's Stop TB Program provided medicine to treat multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB). The medicine donated will allow 218 people to complete treatment for MDR-TB, which is fatal if untreated.  

  • U.S. Independence Day Remarks of Chargé d’Affaires Richard Miles

    Thank you all for joining us this evening as we mark the 239th anniversary of the founding of our nation. I am especially pleased to see that Dear Honorable Deputy Foreign Minister Kaikiev, Members of Parliament, Ministers and other honorable guests are here to celebrate with us. Welcome. 

  • The Opening Ceremony of a new Challenge TB Project

    The Opening Ceremony of a new Challenge TB Project, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), will take place on June 25 at 10:00 a.m. at the Conference Hall of the Republican Scientific Medical Library at the following address: 1, Togolok Moldo street. Representatives of the Ministry of Health, National TB Program, USAID and other international organizations will attend the event. Challenge TB  

  • The U.S. Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic announces a tender for the purchase of professional cleaning equipment designated for cleaning of facilities

    Written bids with detailed resume of your company must be submitted not later than 17:00, 3 July 2015 to BishkekGSOBid@state.gov 

  • USAID Supports Development of Tourist Destinations in the Kyrgyz Republic

    Four tourist destinations across the Kyrgyz Republic will receive assistance from the USAID Business Growth Initiative (BGI). In February 2015, BGI invited teams of tourism service providers, local administrations, and other interested parties from all over the country to submit applications with tourism development strategies for their location.  

  • Girls’ Soccer Festival 2015 with U.S. Soccer Star Lorrie Fair

    On the eve of the Women's World Cup soccer championship in Canada, the National Soccer Federation of the Kyrgyz Republic and the U.S. Embassy and will host the Girls’ Soccer Festival 2015. 150 young female soccer players from Bishkek, Chui oblast, Osh, Jalalabad, and Talas will take part in the festival. 

  • USAID Announces Results of HIV and TB Prevention Project

    USAID will present the results of its five-year Dialogue on HIV and TB Project at a closing conference on June 16 from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the conference hall of the Jannat Hotel in Bishkek. The Dialogue Project aimed to reduce the spread of HIV and tuberculosis (TB) by changing behaviors among people most at risk, including people who use intravenous drugs, those in prison, migrants, and people living with HIV.  

  • U.S. Embassy Statement on Fifth Anniversary of June Events

    Today marks the five-year anniversary of the beginning of the tragic interethnic violence in the south. The United States notes that the people and Government of Kyrgyzstan have made efforts since that time to promote accountability, stability, and unity, and will continue to do so.