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World > Middle East > Kyrgyzstan > Relations with U.S. (Notes)

Kyrgyzstan - Relations with U.S. (Notes)


U.S.-KYRGYZ RELATIONS
The U.S. Government provides humanitarian assistance, non-lethal military assistance, and assistance to support economic and political reforms. It also has supported the Kyrgyz Republics requests for assistance from international organizations.

The United States helped the Kyrgyz Republic accede to the WTO in December 1998. U.S. assistance aids the Kyrgyz Republic in implementing necessary economic, health sector, and educational reforms, and supports economic development and conflict resolution in the Ferghana Valley.

[Also see fact sheet on FY 2006 U.S. Assistance to Kyrgyz Republic.]

Principal U.S. Officials
Ambassador--Marie L. Yovanovitch
Deputy Chief of Mission--Lee Litzenberger
Political-Economic Officer--Robert Burgess
Management Officer--Mona Kuntz
USAID Director--vacant

The U.S. Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic is located at 171 Prospect Mira 720016 Bishkek (tel.: 996-312-55-12-41; fax: 996-312-55-12-64).


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