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Studio interview: Intentions of the US & Russian's position

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

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To talk more about the unrest in Kyrgyzstan, we're joined in the studio by our current affairs commentator Professor Xie Tao.

Q1. The unrest in Kyrgyzstan has caused about two hundred deaths and displaced four hundred thousand people. US delegates have already paid a visit to Uzbekistan to inspect the refugee camps. What do you think are the intentions of the US? And what's Russian's position on the issue?

Q2. The interim government says the only path towards settling Kyrgyzstan's political problems is through a referendum and parliamentary elections. Do you think this is a viable solution?


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