Latest Regional and World News in Kyrgyzstan

Latest Regional and World News in Kyrgyzstan. Watch newspapers published in KYRGYZSTAN. The post also contains online newspaper sites, magazines, radio & TV stations, alternative media and business.

Vecherniy Bishkek is a daily Russian language newspaper published in Kyrgyzstan. Founded in 1974, it was known as Vecherniy Frunze since 1991. It was established as a newspaper of Frunze City Committee of the Communist Party of Kirghizia. Vecherniy Bishkek is edited by Gennadiy Kuz’min, and Internet edition by Dina Maslova. The owner of the paper is Alexander Kim who also owns Agym newspaper.
Slovo Kyrgyzstana is an all nation Russian language newspaper published in Kyrgyzstan. It was established on 23 March 1925 as Batratskaya Pravda, then change its name to Krest’yanskiy Put’, from 1927 it was known as Sovetskaya Kirgiziya, and from February 1991 to present – as Slovo Kyrgyzstana. In 1961, the newspaper was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labour.
Kyrgyz tuusu is the oldest Kyrgyz language newspaper in Kyrgyzstan. It was first published as Erkin Too in Tashkent on November 7, 1924. From August 1927 it was known as Kyzyl Kyrgyzstan (Red Kyrgyzsan), and from 1956 – Sovettik Kyrgyzstan (Soviet Kyrgyzstan). The newspaper received its current name in 1991.

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