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Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan end border standoff
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26 March 2016
On 26 March 2016 Reuters reported:
Kyrgyzstan and its bigger Central Asian neighbour Uzbekistan have ended a standoff over a disputed border area, pulling back troops and armoured vehicles, Kyrgyzstan's border guard service said on Saturday. A spokeswoman for the border guard service said both sides had removed their troops and armoured personnel carriers from the area near the Kyrgyz town of Kerben on Saturday morning, after talks between two border guard commanders a day earlier. That part of the frontier is not clearly demarcated.
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