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    Breaking: Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan complete troops withdrawal from border: Border Service
    NBS | Monday, May 3rd, 2021 | Published: 8:34 pm

    Breaking: Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan complete troops withdrawal from border: Border Service

    Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan have reportedly completed the process of withdrawing their military units from their shared border after agreeing on a ceasefire.

    “The parties completed the withdrawal of extra forces and means from the state border line inward to their territories,” Kyrgyzstan’s Border Service reported on Monday.

    According to Press TV, the Service also stressed that the joint commission consisting the representatives of defense ministries of the two Central Asian countries will continue their work.

    It also noted that the situation on the border and in adjacent areas is currently “stable” and there is no indication of any further incidents and shootings.

    “The tragedy that happened in the border area must never happen again,” Saimumin Yatiyev, Head of Tajikistan’s State National Security Committee, said as he stood next to his Kyrgyz counterpart Kamchybek Tashiyev, in a joint briefing in Kyrgyzstan.

    Earlier this week, 49 people were killed in clashes between military forces from the two countries.

    The clashes erupted along the border between Tajikistan’s Sughd Province and Kyrgyzstan’s southern Batken Province because of a dispute over a reservoir and pump on the Isfara River.

    Villagers on opposite sides of the borderline hurled rocks at each other, and border guards entered the fray with weapons, mortars, and even a Tajik attack helicopter, according to Kyrgyz border guards.

    Dozens of buildings were burned or destroyed, including a school, a border checkpoint and a fire station.

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