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Thursday, 04 August 2010 13:00 msk, Ferghana.Ru Information agency, Moscow
Governor of Osh region of Kyrgyzstan Sooronbai Jeenbekov said that residents of the Kyrgyz enclave Barak located on the territory of Uzbekistan, who decided to leave it and move to Kyrgyzstan, will be provided with land plots for building houses, “24.kg” reports.
The total area allocated for the construction of housing land, according to the governor of the region, is 18 hectares. Children of citizens who move to the village of Besh-Ui will be provided with all the conditions for studying, on September 1 they will be able to go to school in the rural district of Ak-Tash.
Two weeks before, the head of the region, having met with the residents of Barak, listened to their complaints and promised to solve all the problems in the shortest possible time. In particular, the governor was asked to assist in obtaining land in the Osh region or to agree with the authorities of Uzbekistan on granting a green corridor for free movement from the enclave to the territory of Kyrgyzstan.
Earlier it was reported that during the bloody June events, Uzbek refugees from Kyrgyzstan displaced the residents of the Kyrgyz enclave Barak, located in the Andijan region of Uzbekistan, which is a village with a population of about 600 people. The reason for the flight of the Kyrgyz was the fact that the Uzbek authorities began to deploy refugees from Osh in the Kyrgyz enclave, who “began to exert pressure on local residents.” A representative of the migration service of the Osh department of labor, employment and migration, Daniyar Tolonov, reported on the deployment of a tent camp for forced migrants from the Barak enclave.
The residents of the enclave who fled from Uzbekistan asked them to allocate land for construction of houses in the village of Ak-Tash in the Osh region of Kyrgyzstan, because the enclave is surrounded by Uzbek villages, and they are afraid that because of the events in Osh and Jalal-Abad against them aggressive actions can be taken. According to them, in the future they do not see the prospect of living in this village, so, obviously, the territory of the Kyrgyz enclave in Uzbekistan will remain without the population.
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