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Kyrgyzstan ends statelessness in historic first
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4 July 2019
On 4 July 2019 UNHRC (The UN Refugee Agency) reported:
In a breakthrough in the global fight against statelessness, the Kyrgyz Republic has today [4 July] become a leading example of how statelessness can be eradicated by bringing the number of stateless people in the country from over 13,000 to zero in just five years. The break-up of the Soviet Union in the 1990s left hundreds of thousands throughout Central Asia stateless, including in Kyrgyzstan. Statelessness affects millions of people around the world, often denying them the basic rights and official recognition that most people take for granted.
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