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New clashes on the border of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan - there are wounded and dead

New clashes began on the border of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.

A few hours ago, military clashes resumed on the border of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. According to the information available to the news agency Avia.pro, as a result of the skirmish that broke out the day before on the Kyrgyz-Tajik border, one of the servicemen of the Kyrgyz Armed Forces was fatally wounded. At the same time, at least two more wounded were reported (the death of only one serviceman was officially confirmed - ed.).

At the moment, it is known that both sides of the conflict are trying to settle the current situation through diplomatic means. The situation is heated up quite strongly by the appearance of the Taliban terrorists on the border with Tajikistan (officially banned on the territory of Russia - editor's note).

Which of the parties is responsible for the escalation of the situation on the border remains unknown, however, the Tajik authorities can significantly increase their military presence on the border with Kyrgyzstan.

It should be noted that in the course of the recent armed conflict on the border of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, a significant number of civilians and military persons were killed. At the same time, both sides used heavy weapons and even aviation.

Tajikistan used heavy weapons and helicopters against civilians, killing 36 people, including two children 5 and 12 years old. This was a prepared military aggression. The CSTO is silent, she said nothing this last time, showing with all her appearance that Tajikistan is closer and dearer to her. After all, he covers the Afghan direction.

Guest, well, not directly into the eyebrow, but into the eye ...
It is Kone-e-echno, because Yugoslavia is somewhere near India and Pakistan ... and Antarctica ... probably ...

Something vaguely reminds me (the Indo-Pakistani incident) of the collapse of Yugoslavia, with the subsequent introduction of the conciliators ..

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