Timesca: “For Tajikistan’s asylum seekers, Poland is a dead end”

Kalandar Sadurdinov, a 70-year-old from Tajikistan, is one of thousands wanted back home for his opposition activism. He spends much of his time these days getting treatment for an array of ailments, ranging from liver trouble to brain damage. His wife and six children wait for him at the refugee facility in Biała Podlaska, on the far eastern edge of Poland, where the whole family now lives.

Rahmon invites Nazarbayev to visit Tajikistan

VostokNews - President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon invited President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev to visit Tajikistan during their meeting on March 14 in Astana.

President Shavkat Mirziyoyev received the Prime Minister of Tajikistan

On 10 March, the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, during his state visit to the Republic of Tajikistan, received the Prime Minister of Tajikistan Kohir Rasulzoda, at the residence allocated for him.

Tajikistan, Uzbekistan sign more than 27 documents

The state visit of President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev to Tajikistan resulted in signing more than 27 documents in various spheres of cooperation.

NEWSWEEK: WHY EXTREMIST GROUPS ARE GAINING STRENGTH IN CENTRAL ASIA

When security forces revealed the suspect in an attack on the St Petersburg metro that killed 14 on April 3 was likely a Kyrgyz national, attention turned to the Central Asia region, the source of several attacks on Russia in recent decades. After Friday’s truck attack in Stockholm that killed four, the region made headlines again. Swedish police said the suspect, who has confessed to the attack, was Rakhmat Akilov, from Uzbekistan.

Policy

  • Timesca: “For Tajikistan’s asylum seekers, Poland is a dead end”

    Kalandar Sadurdinov, a 70-year-old from Tajikistan, is one of thousands wanted back home for his opposition activism. He spends much of his time these days getting treatment for an array of ailments, ranging from liver trouble to brain damage. His wife and six children wait for him at the refugee facility in Biała Podlaska, on the far eastern edge of Poland, where the whole family now lives.

Economy

  • Anger in UK over reported $50 billion Brexit bill

    Supporters and opponents of Brexit have reacted angrily to reports that the UK will pay up to 55 billion euros ($63 billion) to exit the European Union, putting pressure on British negotiators before key talks.

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