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- Russia says stance on new Kyrgyz leadership to be performance-based
- Deposed Kyrgyz president steps down - source
- Former Kyrgyz Defense Minister arrested in Jalal-Abad
- Riots in the Kyrgyz capital
- Riots in Kyrgyz city of Talas
- Kyrgyzstan: economic indicators
- Kurmanbek Bakiyev remains defiant in politically split Kyrgyzstan
- Kyrgyz interim government reveals its future plans
- Opposition leaders “seized power in Kyrgyzstan”
- 68 dead as protests and rioting sweep Kyrgyzstan
- Kyrgyz opposition storms government headquarters in Bishkek
- Protesters and opposition clash in Bishkek
UN General Secretary Ban Ki Moon expressed the international organization's readiness to work with the new Kyrgyz leadership, the General Secretary's spokesman said on Thursday.
The statement said the General Secretary welcomes the agreement between former president Kurmanbek Bakiyev and the interim government of Kyrgyzstan, which gave him the opportunity to leave the country.
It added that the UN is ready, together with regional and international partners, to work with the Bishkek leadership for the benefit of the people of Kyrgyzstan.
Moscow April 15 (RIA Novosti)
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