Archive for the ‘kyrgyzstan’ Tag

NOWRUZ 2015   Leave a comment

noruz_2015_final

Happy Nowruz 2015!

Happy Noruz • Noruz Mubarak [2014]   Leave a comment

noruz_2014

Happy Noruz • Noruz Mubarak

Happy Noruz 2013!   1 comment

 

2013_noruz_2013

 

Har Roozetan Nowrouz! Nowrouzetan Pirooz! Novruz Bayraminiz Mubarek! Happy Noruz from RADA LLC!

 

2013: The Year of the Snake   Leave a comment

year-of-the-snake

RADA conducts due diligence and business intelligence investigations in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Poland, Romania, Moldova, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.

Happy Noruz 2012!   2 comments

Har Roozetan Nowrouz! Nowrouzetan Pirooz! Novruz Bayraminiz Mubarek! Happy Noruz from RADA LLC!

Happy Noruz 2011   1 comment

 

 

Har Roozetan Nowrouz!

Nowrouzetan Pirooz!

Novruz Bayraminiz Mubarek!

Happy Noruz from RADA LLC!

Closure of Sole U.S. Military Base in Central Asia   Leave a comment

kyrgyz_flagPresident Kurmanbek Bakiyev of Kyrgyzstan has ordered the closure of U.S. military’s only base in Central Asia, further squeezing access for troops and supplies heading into Afghanistan.

Manas Air Base in Kyrgyzstan serves as a U.S. supply route for troops and supplies into Afghanistan.

Two other central Asian nations — Tajikistan and Uzbekistan – have indicated that they will allow transit of U.S. cargo to Afghanistan.

Increasing militant attacks on land routes through Pakistan and no likelihood of access through Afghanistan’s major western border with Iran, are putting the the United States under pressure to establish new supply chains from the north.

Manas’ closure could deal a significant blow to U.S. military efforts in Afghanistan just as President Barack Obama plans to step up U.S. troop levels to halt a resurgence of the country’s former Taliban rulers.

The utility of the arrangements with Tajikistan and Uzbekistan would still depend on how much access the United States would have for flights and cargo. It is unlikely they will fully replace capacity lost in Kyrgyzstan.