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Kyrgyzstan May Become Another Afghanistan - Comments

The state of affairs in Kyrgyzstan remains volatile. President Kurmanbek Bakiyev who fled Bishkek and interim government with its leader Roza Otunbayeva cannot find common ground. Dmitry Medvedev who is currently in Washington addressed the alarming situation. The Russian President said that there is a serious risk of Kyrgyzstan splitting into North and South. It is very important to prevent a civil war in the country because terrorists and extremists will most likely take advantage of it

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