NEWLY APPOINTED AMBASSADOR OF KYRGHYZSTAN HANDS COPY OF HIS CREDENTIALS TO RA FOREIGN MINISTER

Noyan Tapan
May 02 2006

YEREVAN, MAY 2, NOYAN TAPAN. On May 2, newly appointed Ambassador of
Kyrghyzstan to Armenia Apas Jumagulov (residence Moscow) handed the
copy of his credentials to RA Foreign Minister Vartan Oskanian. RA
Foreign Minister congratulated the Ambassador of Kyrghyzstan on
the occasion of his appointment and wished him success in his
high mission. Expressing satisfaction with the current state
of Armenian-Kyrghyz relations the interlocutors mentioned that
there is still much to do in the direction of deepening the ties
to which implementation of joint programs in concrete spheres
can contribute. The Ambassador emphasized that Kyrghyzstan has
centuries-old friendly contacts with Armenia and intends to develop
cooperation in different spheres. The interlocutors spoke about
deepening cooperation in international organizations. According to
RA Foreign Ministry Press and Information Department, Apas Jumagulov
was born in 1934. He graduated from the State University of Oil
and Gas after Gubkin, he is an academician of RF Academy of Natural
Sciences. In 1993-1998 he was the Prime Minister of Kyrghyzstan. In
1998-2003 he was the Ambassador of Kyrghyzstan in GDR, in the Kingdoms
of Sweden, Denmark and Norway. Since 2005 he has been the Ambassador
of Kyrghyzstan to Russia.