On August 31, Kyrgyzstan celebrates the 29th anniversary of independence. General Secretary of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly Andrey Belyaninov sent a congratulatory letter to the Assembly of people of Kyrgyzstan.
In particular, it states:
“On behalf of the International Union of Non-governmental Organizations Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly, I congratulate the Assembly of the people of Kyrgyzstan and the people of the Kyrgyz Republic on the Independence Day.
In a difficult year of the global pandemic, national holidays have acquired a new meaning, because it is in trials that social solidarity is manifested more than ever, and international contacts based on the ideas of peace, friendship, harmony and mutual assistance are strengthened. The people of Kyrgyzstan have shown patience and compassion in the fight against the disease and have proved their unity and desire to strengthen interethnic ties. The work of the Assembly of people of Kyrgyzstan confirms the immutability of these principles. The Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly is proud to cooperate with your organization. Thanks to you, we have found reliable partners and loyal friends in the Kyrgyz Republic.
I wish all of us to get over the disease as soon as possible, lift quarantine measures and start implementing even more global, bold projects aimed at peacemaking, maintaining active business, cultural, humanitarian and human contacts, establishing moral values that orient people to spiritual harmony, international cooperation, and strengthening the peaceful unity of the Eurasian countries and peoples.
We wish members of the Assembly of the people of Kyrgyzstan good health, inexhaustible energy, prosperity and success in their multi-faceted creative activities for the benefit and prosperity of the Kyrgyz Republic, our continent, and the entire planet!”