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That “humanitarian aid” promised by “generous” USA to Kyrgyz republic is just mockery



That “humanitarian aid” promised by “generous” USA to Kyrgyz republic is just mockery for the people of this country! And … Interim govt position accepting those petty tips of the cynical Yankee amounts to mere betrayal of the Kyrgyz people victimized in recent ethnic turmoil!
It’s painfully obvious now that America is no stranger at all in that devilish effort by Uzbekistan to seize southern parts of Kyrgyz republic. I bet you Americans were much more generous in financial backing of that drive of Uzbekistan and of their recent outrageous massacre of the innocent Kyrgyz people than when donating that precious “humanitarian aid”.
I am absolutely sure nothing is able to compensate for that crime of the USA! And I’m really annoyed with the fact that interim authorities still allow Americans to exploit Manas military base in here! Both American military and businessmen must be kicked out of here!! If not, we may soon face series of new tensions and thousands of new deaths…. Americans are threat and they are challenge to the inner security of Kyrgyzstan.
Re: That “humanitarian aid” promised by “generous” USA to Kyrgyz republic is just moc

Tuesday, July 27, 2010 -- WASHINGTON D.C. (BNO NEWS) – The United States announced on Tuesday a pledge of $48.6 million to aid the people and government of Kyrgyzstan with the current challenges face by the Central Asian country.

The announcement came at the international donor’s conference organized by the World Bank in Bishkek, the capital city of Kyrgyzstan. The total amount pledged by the donors at the conference was of over $1.1 billion.

The aid came after the violent ethnic clashes that took place in the southern regions of the Asian country last June, leaving scores of people displaced. The U.S. previously allocated $4.1 million in humanitarian aid for the victims of the tragic riots.

The funds awarded on Tuesday will be directed to meeting immediate humanitarian needs, providing assistance for displaced and returning families, and addressing the roots of the conflict through community development and conflict mitigation programs in southern Kyrgyzstan.

The U.S. pledge includes $21 million for community improvement and stabilization projects; $10 million for food shortages; $5.1 million to strengthen democratic processes and institutions, human rights, and civil society support; $6.1 million for water and sanitation projects; $2.2 million for shelter and resettlement assistance; and the remaining $3.5 million for different United Nations agencies working in the region. U.S. announces $48.6 million aid for Kyrgyzstan » Breaking News | Wire Update News | News Wires -
Seems that our country is trying.
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