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President Atambaev says criticism struck his health
Kyrgyzstan | politics | 10:04, 27 June 2017 | 1025

AKIPRESS.COM - President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev speaking about criticism of people told reporters that he has "lost his health much".

"Criticism had struck my health," he said.

"We have too many people, who see only a dirt. It's a big trouble for the country. It was very difficult for the President," Atambayev noted.

The head of state reminded that he was criticized for construction of the horse racecourse in Issyk-Kul that was allocated $30 million grants, while Kazakhstan spent $3-5 billion for EXPO 2017.

Speaking about the results of his visit to Kazan, the President told the journalists about the problems Kyrgyzstan faced while joining the Eurasian Economic Union.

"There are a lot of advantages anyway. Our trade increased by 23%, records are set by labor migrants. The most important is that migrants got better. I talked to them in 2012 and now. It differs much now. Because they were like slaves there, but now they feel themselves like normal people. We received $800 million for that we entered the EAEU without difficulties," he noted.

The President following his speech called on the journalists to help the new president, prime minister. "Please, help our country! We can live a happy life," he concluded.

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