Ex-Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to South Korea accuses President's Office of falsifying documents.
Ex-Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to South Korea Kylychbek Sultan told reporters today why he earlier saidhe had asked political asylum.
He described his move as a political tactics.
"I had to do so. They in the President's Office, Security Council falsify documents. I had nothing else to do. I did not intend to ask political asylum. I just wanted Sooronbai Jeenbekov to pay attention to the people surrounding him," the former Ambassador said.
"Then my wife and a child left for Malaysia, where two my sons study. I left for another country. I won't name the country yet, but I chose it not for nothing, this country is linked to Sooronbai Jeenbekov," he said.
In October 2018, Kylychbek Sultan said he asked political asylum in one of the foreign countries.
In an open appeal to the leadership of the country Kylychbek Sultan said he had found violations in work of the Foreign Ministry and asked the President to pay attention to this.
The Security Council Secretariat then said a part of arguments of then Ambassador Sultan was confirmed and added violations were found in work of the Ambassador himself.
Sultan was dismissed from position of the Ambassador of Kyrgyzstan to South Korea by the presidential order of October 12, 2018.
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|Date:||Mar 19, 2019|
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