Followers of this religious community liable for military service continue to go to jail.
The citizens of Central Asian republics quarantined for two weeks criticise their authorities for improper organisation, creation of conditions for mass COVID-19 infection and developing new diseases.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Russia has banned the entry of foreign citizens until May 1. The party impacted by this decisions are thousands of migrants from Central Asian countries, who lost their jobs at the beginning of the season.
The beginning of the holy month of Ramadan for Muslims in Kyrgyzstan will be held in the state of emergency and self-isolation. In this regard, the Spiritual Administration of the Muslims (SAM) has amended the rules for its observance. (more…)
According to the Republican headquarter for the fight against coronavirus, as of April 20, 140 medical workers have been infected with the coronavirus in the republic. Doctors say that they were not provided with the necessary medicine and equipment, as far as it was necessary. (more…)
The regime insists the country is virus-free, but experts warn of an impending crisis. (more…)
Local authorities try to isolate the villages and plead to abstain from public events. However, the residents’ attitude to the emergency varies from fear and panic to complete neglect.
The lower house of the parliament of Kazakhstan approved in two readings a new bill on the procedure for organizing and conducting peaceful assemblies in the Republic of Kazakhstan. (more…)
Since March 25, Kyrgyzstan is under the state of emergency; curfew is in place in a number of cities and regions. As a result, hundreds of families are now on the verge of panic: there is no income, no products are left, there is no state support. People do not know what to live on. (more…)
Restrictions on free movement due to the coronavirus’s spread in Central Asia have affected the media sphere. The media are adjusting to the remote work and are facing obstacles in reporting. (more…)