Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan agree to reopen border crossing points along their common border
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Official websites of governments of both countries say Kazakhstan Prime Minister Askar and Kyrgyz Premier Mukhammedkalyi Abylgaziev had a telephone conversation on June 10 to discuss cooperation issues.
According to the Kyrgyz government’s official website, at the suggestion of the Kazakh side a mutual agreement was reached on opening of BPCs along the Kyrgyz-Kazakh border.
The sides reportedly also reached an agreement on ensuring unhindered movement of cargo across the Kyrgyz-Kazakh border.
They also discussed issues related to collaboration in combating the spreading of the coronavirus infection and protecting the population against COVID-19.
Kazakhstan unilaterally closed five of seven BPCs along its common border with Kyrgyzstan in late May due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Source: Asia Plus