Kyrgyzstan - Level 4: Do Not Travel
Do not travel to Kyrgyzstan due to COVID-19.
The empires, cultures, and history of Kyrgyzstan date back approximately 2,100 years. Highly mountainous terrain has helped Kyrgyzstan preserve its ancient culture at the crossroads of several great civilizations. Kyrgyzstan attained sovereignty as a nation-state after the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Middlebury Institute Partners with Ala-Too University in Kyrgyzstan on Teaching and Learning Project
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Chinese soft power in Kyrgyzstan grows through culture and language
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Kyrgyzstan?s COVID-19 cases reach 176,018
Kyrgyzstan?s COVID-19 tally reached 176,018 on Thursday as 142 new cases were registered across the country in the past 24 hours, Trend reports with reference to Kabar. The Republican ...