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Envoy hopeful of pact with Qatar soon on hiring Kyrgyz nationals
Kyrgyzstan ambassador in Doha Nuran S Niyazaliev has expressed optimism that an agreement with Qatar on the employment of Kyrgyz citizens will be signed in the coming weeks. “I hope this forthcoming week we can sign it with the approval of both sides,” the envoy told Gulf Times on the sidelines of a seminar on Qatar’s Labour Law recently at the embassy. The event, organised in partnership with Al Sulaiti Law Firm, aims to raise legal awareness and promote greater understanding of the labour law in the country. Niyazaliev said a delegation from Qatar’s Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs visited Bishkek in April to finalise the draft agreement, which regulates the procedure for the employment of Kyrgyz citizens, their recruitment, dispatch, and arrival, as well as their work in Qatar. “We are expecting more people from Kyrgyz and Kyrgyz Republic has many professionals and qualified workers,” he stressed. “We are ready to help Qatar and provide various services.” The envoy added that about 500 Kyrgyz expatriates in Doha are serving in different sectors of Qatar’s economy, making their own contribution to its development and prosperity. Niyazaliev also lauded the Qatar government for making necessary steps to provide expatriates with “decent, suitable and friendly working environment.” Citing the excellent relations between the two countries, he hopes a direct flight to and from Bishkek will commence soon. “Qatar Airways is studying the feasibility of establishing a direct flight between Doha and Bishkek, and if it happens, more Kyrgyz specialists and professionals will be enrolled in Qatar,” the envoy said. He also expressed confidence that such development will also contribute to deepening trade and investment co-operation, as well as cultural and touristic relations, between the two countries. “We are further developing our economic and trade relations and working on a number of topics,” he added. “We enjoy excellent relations and we introduced visa free entry for Qataris, they can visit Kyrgyzstan anytime.” Niyazaliev encouraged Qatari businessmen and travellers to visit Kyrgyzstan, which offers good investment opportunities and touristic sights. The embassy is also working in strengthening its cultural co-operation with Qatar by hosting Qatar cultural days in Kyrgyzstan. It is also planning to organise a Kyrgyz cultural day in the country by the end of this year. “We will hold a ‘Silk Road Festival’ in October at Katara – the Cultural Village this year, and we will host a big event in Kyrgyz in September, we call it the World Nomad Games,” the envoy said. This unique international sports competition, which features ethnic sports, will be held from September 2 to 8. “We invite Qatar to participate in these games since we have many similarities with Qatari people like Kyrgyz citizens,” he added. By Joey Aguilar Gulf Times
 
Akzhol Mahmudov won international tournament in Turkey
Bishkek, July 9, 2018 / Kabar /. Greco-Roman wrestler Akzhol Mahmudov became the gold medalist of the international tournament Champions 2018 in Turkey, which was held from July 4 to 7 in Istanbul. In the first days of the tournament, Mahmudov defeated two athletes - a representative of Finland (8: 0), then Azerbaijan (5: 2). To get the finals, the Kyrgyz sportsman won a wrestler from Turkey with a score of 12: 3. First place Mahmudov got after winning the athlete from Turkey (16: 8). Recall that this year Mahmudov won the gold medal at the Asian Greco-Roman wrestling championship at the age of 18. The Kyrgyz sportsman participated in the competitions in preparation for the summer Asian Games.
 
“The state governed by the rule of law and constitutional justice: values and priorities” international conference kicks off in Baku
Baku, July 6, AZERTAC An international conference on “The state governed by the rule of law and constitutional justice: values and priorities” has started in Baku, marking the 20th anniversary of the Constitutional Court of Azerbaijan. Chairman of Azerbaijan`s Constitutional Court Farhad Abdullayev, Azerbaijani President`s Assistant for Work with Law Enforcement Bodies and Military Issues, department head Fuad Alasgarov, First Vice-Speaker of Azerbaijani Parliament Ziyafat Asgarov, President of the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe Gianni Buquicchio, Human Rights Commissioner of Azerbaijan Elmira Suleymanova and other government officials, as well as foreign guests attended the conference. Prior to the event, the participants watched a short video highlighting the 20-years of activity of Azerbaijan’s Constitutional Court. In his opening remarks, Chairman of Azerbaijan's Constitutional Court Farhad Abdullayev praised the importance of the international conference, expressing his confidence that the participants will see effective discussions during the event. He highlighted the works done by the Constitutional Court and the achievements gained over the past 20 years. Azerbaijani President`s Assistant for Work with Law Enforcement Bodies and Military Issues Fuad Alasgarov read out President Ilham Aliyev's congratulatory letter to the conference participants. First Vice-Speaker of Azerbaijan`s Parliament Ziyafat Asgarov stressed the importance of the establishment of the Constitutional Court in terms of building the legal and social state, as well as civil society. President of the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe Gianni Buquicchio said he is pleased visiting Azerbaijan again and attending the conference dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Constitutional Court of Azerbaijan. He noted that the Venice Commission is actively collaborating with appropriate authorities of Azerbaijan. Head of “Legal approximation towards European standards in the South Caucasus” Program of German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) Thomas Meyer said that the Constitutional Court's decisions are somehow a manifestation of the Constitutional text. Human Rights Commissioner of Azerbaijan Elmira Suleymanova extended her congratulations to the conference participants, noting that 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic and the 20th anniversary of the Constitutional Court. The conference continues its work with panel discussions.
 
Kyrgyzstan proposes creating SCO legal center
Bishkek, July 6, 2018. / Kabar /. In Kyrgyzstan, it is proposed to create a legal center for the SCO. Alikbek Jekshenkulov, ex-Foreign Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic, voiced such a proposal at the round table to discuss the prospects of Kyrgyzstan's chairmanship in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. He said that Kyrgyzstan has precedents when Kyrgyzstan does not have successes in certain issues in international courts. For example, on the issues of Kumtor and Jeruy. "For 27 years of independence, the country has no lawyers who would protect our economic and other issues at the international level. The second part, the protection of the rights of citizens of the SCO members in other regions of the world," he said. Jekshenkulov recalled that Kyrgyz lawyers could not help it when a Kyrgyz was detained in another country two years ago for transporting drugs. In addition, the former Foreign Minister said that the legal center could be created at the level of the Diplomatic Academy. "Such an initiative should be offered to the president of the country," he said.
 
Kyrgyzstan proposes creating SCO legal center
Bishkek, July 6, 2018. / Kabar /. In Kyrgyzstan, it is proposed to create a legal center for the SCO. Alikbek Jekshenkulov, ex-Foreign Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic, voiced such a proposal at the round table to discuss the prospects of Kyrgyzstan's chairmanship in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. He said that Kyrgyzstan has precedents when Kyrgyzstan does not have successes in certain issues in international courts. For example, on the issues of Kumtor and Jeruy. "For 27 years of independence, the country has no lawyers who would protect our economic and other issues at the international level. The second part, the protection of the rights of citizens of the SCO members in other regions of the world," he said. Jekshenkulov recalled that Kyrgyz lawyers could not help it when a Kyrgyz was detained in another country two years ago for transporting drugs. In addition, the former Foreign Minister said that the legal center could be created at the level of the Diplomatic Academy. "Such an initiative should be offered to the president of the country," he said.
 
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