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Information is spreading on social networks that Kyrgyzstan agrees to provide Russia with military assistance and equipment to participate in hostilities in Ukraine, which the Russian Federation calls a special military operation.
On his Facebook page, user Yuri Poita, citing the ex-chairman of the KNB of Kazakhstan, wrote a post that Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan had surrendered their positions under pressure from Russia and, on a confidential level, expressed their readiness to provide military assistance to it.
“Military equipment, ammunition, and partly Russian contingent from these Central Asian republics are being exported to the Russian Federation for use in war,” Yuri Poita wrote.
The Ministry of Defense of Kyrgyzstan told 24.kg news agency that at the moment the troops of the Armed Forces of the Kyrgyz Republic are in places of permanent deployment.