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- Government and the media in
- Internews Network press release, 6 October 2000. Internews
Network Kyrgyz Republic, the National Democratic Institute
and the Committee for Mass Media of the Jogorku Kenesh
(Parliament) of the Kyrgyz Republic held their first ever
joint conference on October 3rd, 2000, in Bishkek. The
problems of independent journalists in the run-up to the
Presidential Elections and the possibility of
decriminalizing libel and slander in journalism.
- International Press Freedom Day marked in the
- Internews Network in the Kyrgyz Republic, press release, 3
May 2001. To mark the International Press Freedom Day 2001,
more than 100 journalists from the Kyrgyz Republic signed
the Bishkek Declaration on Promoting Independent Media in
the Kyrgyz Republic, calling for focused international
support and better donor coordination to keep the
independent media alive.
- Radio Salaam expanding operations in
- Internews press release, 10 August 2001. Radio Salaam, the
youth radio station launched by UNICEF (United Nations
Children's Fund), the Foundation for Tolerance
International and the Public Association Internews in
the Kyrgyz Republic in the Southern city of Batken in March
2001, is expanding its operations.