We supplied Kyrgyzstan with military equipment for almost 126 million dollars.
Central Commandment of General Staff of Russian Armed Forces announced the volume of military assistance it rendered to Kyrgyzstan. According to the statement of the Commandment, Russia permanently lends military support to Kyrgyzstan by supplying its army with warplanes, tanks, rockets, and ammunition. The statement also underlines that Russia is Kyrgyzstan’s strategic partner in military sphere since Kyrgyzstan’s independence. Nurlan Chomoev, Deputy Head of General Staff of Kyrgyzstan’s Armed Forces, also told about it at VII session of inter-parliamentarian commission on cooperation between Jogorku Kenesh and Federal Assembly, and highly appreciated Russia’s assistance to Kyrgyzstan. Chomoev confirmed, “Since 2014, Russia supplied military products and services for 125.7 million dollars”. The deputy head also informed that substantial amount of rules and regulations were established between the two states. Over 35 international agreements are signed in the military sphere. Principles of cooperation in the military sphere were established in 1993. However, despite numerous statements of Russia’s supply of Kyrgyzstan with various weapons, Kyrgyz army is not getting stronger but Kyrgyzstan’s external debt is increasing.
Russia inherited from the USSR Numerous military equipment that has expired its service life and became inoperative. This entire armory is kept in huge graveyards of military equipment. It is named “reserve stock” and is taken into account when Russia shows off its military power. Russia’s supply of armory and military equipment to Kyrgyzstan is similar to that Japan got rid of irradiated cars to Russia after an accident at Fukusima-1 nuclear power plant that occurred after a powerful earthquake caused by tsunami. Or, as the countries with developed car industry created conditions for the flow of their old cars into countries with undeveloped industry – Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan… In other words, Russia is also giving its old equipment that became rubbish and needs to be disposed to Kyrgyzstan. By doing this, Russia derives double benefit: first, it gets rid of military equipment that expired its service life and that does not meet modern conditions. Second, it sells this rubbish to Kyrgyzstan for significant price. In addition, Russia increases Kyrgyzstan’s colonial dependence from it by taking cash money for the equipment and pushing Kyrgyzstan into debts. Therefore, it is quite natural what we (ordinary people) are getting into such fate. Governments run the country into huge debts and then evade responsibility by leaving the power. Then “great manipulators” such as Omurkulov appear and offer to pay debt to China at the cost of the ordinary people’s payments. Of course, the people will have to pay the state debts because disloyal governments come and leave (run away), but the people stay. Even giving its lands to the enemy, the people have to pay debts at the cost of which former rulers enjoy their lives abroad. Yes, the money that the governors of the country borrowed and stole from the state treasury is our money, the people’s money. It is our debts. We will feel it only when China will start to take away our fertile and reserve rich lands for the debts. However, then it will be too late to change anything. The only thing that becalms is that we will understand, although lately, that the whole world of Kufr is not our friend! Today, we are like spectators, indifferently observing and even laughing at that our government and rulers are squabbling among themselves as predators for the riches of our country. However, they are squabbling for our, people’s borrowed money that could serve the people’s interests.