OSCE chairperson-in-office, foreign minister Leonid Kozhara calls for dialogue after the incident in the southern region of the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border, the Foreign Ministry press service informs.

"I welcome the release of the detainees. I urge all the people concerned to exercise restraint and act responsibly," he said.

"Problems should be solved peacefully through the dialogue. OSCE stands ready to assist in this process," Kozhara said.

OSCE chairperson said that he would continue closely monitoring the situation.
At the end of last week, a group of villagers from Hushyar (in the Uzbek of Sokh enclave in Kyrgyzstan) attacked the Kyrgyz border guards.

The Uzbek citizens living in the Sokh enclave were angered when Kyrgyz border guards began to install new electrical power lines that inadvertently crossed into Uzbek territory.


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