USAID Supports New Registration and Passport Offices in Suzak District, Kyrgyz Republic

USAID improved Registration and Passport Offices in four districts of Osh province, Kyrgyzstan
The event included the registration of a marriage between an Uzbek-Kyrgyz couple, as well as presentation of national passports to citizens.
USAID/OTI
Improved Registration and Passport Offices serve over 250,000 citizens in Osh province, Kyrgyzstan

For Immediate Release

Monday, May 20, 2013

On May 21, 2013, representatives of USAID’s Kyrgyz Republic Transition Initiative together with local government officials and community members will open improved registration and passport offices in the Suzak district of Jalalabad province. The event will be held at the Registration Office, 11:00 a.m. at Yunusov Street, and Passport Office, 13:30 at #221 Lenin Street, Suzak. The event will be marked with the registration of a marriage between an Uzbek-Kyrgyz couple, as well as presentation of national passports to citizens. 

USAID’s Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) provided the Passport Office with office equipment, furniture, and public information services for its four branches, in addition to rehabilitating and equipping the Registration Office. Together these offices serve over 250,000 citizens. Previously USAID/OTI rehabilitated Passport Offices in Nariman, Aravan and Mady districts of Osh Province. 

This program is one of many assistance projects supported by the American people through USAID.  For more information about USAID programs, please visit our web site at: www.usaid.gov.

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Last updated: December 18, 2014

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