Kyrgyzstan’s new prime minister appointed

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Bishkek, Aug. 26, 2017 / Kabar /. President Almazbek Atambayev signed a decree on Aug. 26 appointing Sapar Isakov as prime minister by dismissing him from the post of chief of the President’s Office, the President’s press service reported.

On Aug. 25 evening, the Kyrgyz Parliament at an extraordinary session approved Sapar Isakov for the post of prime minister, as well as the program and the Cabinet members.

Isakov said in his speech about his program “40 steps to the future”. He said that the main focus will be on development of the economy, social security and creating favorable conditions for the population.

40 years old Sapar Isakov is the youngest head of government in Kyrgyzstan

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