Fighting between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan intensifies, 24 people died, Turkey expressed concern

Bishkek, Sep 17 (UNI) Fighting has intensified on the border of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, with 24 people dead during the continued use of heavy weapons and clashes. According to foreign media, both on the front lines of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Armed forces began a clash between troops of the two countries yesterday, accusing each other of violating the agreement. Kyrgyzstan has said Tajik troops have entered Kyrgyz villages. In this fight, both countries are using heavy weapons including tanks and rockets against each other. So far 24 people have died in this war, which was confirmed by the Ministry of Health of Kyrgyzstan. In the part of the country where 24 bodies have been brought to hospitals in the Bat-Ken region, at least 90 people have also been injured in these clashes. The organization met during which the heads of both countries agreed on a ceasefire. , cattle grazing, smuggling, general use of roads and unauthorized border crossing have led to tension in the area. Kyrgyzstan has closed its customs gates from May 21 last year until the border dispute with Tajikistan is resolved. Meanwhile, Turkey has expressed concern over the latest developments on the Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan border, saying that we hope that there is tension between the two friendly and fraternal countries. Turkey said the recent developments on the Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan border are worrying and hoped that the problems would be resolved through dialogue. In a written statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding the border dispute between the two countries, it is said that we are concerned about the latest developments on the Kyrgyz-Tajikistan border. The tension between the brother countries will end soon without any further delay and the issues will be resolved peacefully through dialogue.