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CCTV interview: How are the Kyrgyzstan locals responding?

06-18-2010 18:47 BJT Special Report: Unrest in Kyrgyzstan |

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For more on the situation in Kyrgyzstan, we are joined by our CCTV correspondent, Wang Ying, who is in the capital, Bishkek.

Q1: Hello, Wang Ying. Many are worried the unrest in the south of Kyrgyzstan could spread to the capital of Bishkek. Do you think there is a possibility the crisis will spread further?

Q2: Many are worried about the situation of Chinese nationals still in Kyrgyzstan. Is the Chinese embassy carrying out any protective measures?

Q3: Kyrgyzstan's interim government is determined to hold a referendum on the adoption of a new constitution. How are the locals responding to this?

 

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CCTV.com

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