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Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan agreed to ease passport control at border crossings. This was reported by 24.kg.

Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan, Aybek Ortiqboyev, announced at the meeting of the International Affairs, Defense, Security, and Migration Committee of Jogorku Kenesh that citizens of both states may cross the border by showing their ID cards.
"Citizens under the age of 16 show their passports when crossing the border. The corresponding protocol will be signed during the state visit of the President of Uzbekistan to Kyrgyzstan on December 9," the deputy minister said. 
Presumably, the International Affairs, Defense, Security, and Migration Committee of Kyrgyzstan supported this agreement with Uzbekistan.
Earlier Sadir Japarov signed the law on the ratification of the border agreement with Uzbekistan. On November 17, Jogorku Kenesh ratified the agreement with Uzbekistan on some sections of the Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan border. President Sadir Japarov also participated in the meeting. 64 deputies supported the ratification, and 19 voted against it. 

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