On June 16 a protest was held against the media coverage of Southern Kyrgyzstan outside the Russian Embassy, in London UK, organized by the Uzbek society. The protest was called: “Breaking the silence: Mass ethnic killings in Southern Kyrgyzstan”. Continue reading
The UAE’s Red Crescent Authority (RCA) has procured medicines worth US$ 120000 for Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Health and Red Crescent to help refugees who escaped violence in the country over the past week. Continue reading
Uzbek state and public organizations, international humanitarian institutions and the general public are providing assistance and temporary accommodation to Kyrgyz refugees.
The Mehr Nuri Charity Foundation, Uzbek Culture and Arts Forum Fund, Social Initiatives Support Fund and Women’s Assembly Republican Public Association have organized two shipments of humanitarian aid to victims of the recent ethnic clashes in Kyrgyzstan. Companies and enterprises such as GeoMax and Tethys Petroleum have taken part in the initiative. Continue reading
As the humanitarian calamity deepens in the South of Kyrgyz Republic and suffering continues, we can no longer only offer our sympathies and hopes for a peaceful settlement. Though from this far there is a limitation on what we can do and achieve, but this is certainly the moment to mobilize resources for humanitarian aid. We have been discussing the possibilities with the national and international organizations including the Kyrgyz Embassy in London and representations from the neighboring states on how to be effective in these difficult times. Continue reading