10/11 13:04

President Atambayev takes part in the opening ceremony of building of the regiment of special purpose in Batken

Bishkek, November 10 / Kabar /. Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev during his working trip to Batken oblast took part in the opening ceremony of a building of the regiment of special purpose in Batken, the Kyrgyz President's press office reports.

In his speech the Head of State congratulated the policemen with the opening of the building. He noted that the security forces of the country in recent years considerably strengthened.

According to the President, in the past, notably in 2005, 2010, the police hesitated to even wear a uniform, and the power and the interior ministers of matched with the crime, but in the end exhibited guilty policemen.

"In recent years we have managed to raise the salary of policemen, provide them with dwelling and construct such objects. If we want the public order in the country, ensure security in the country, we must take care of our police officers, to give due attention to the security forces," said Almazbek Atambayev.

The President noted that all the necessary conditions will be created after the referendum in order to carry out a complete reform of the law enforcement agencies, particularly the police.

In addition, the Head of State stressed that the most important thing for the multinational Kyrgyzstan is the unity.

"In Kyrgyzstan, everyone should feel like a citizen of the country. And only then we will make the country strong and united," Atambayev said.

At the end of the event the President once again congratulated the police officers on the opening of the building, and thanked them for their service. The President wished health and happiness and handed over the certificate for 200 thousand soms (about $ 3000) for the purchase of sports equipment for the gym.



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