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Trenches dug by Uzbek border guards leave 70 Kyrgyz families without irrigation water.

Trenches dug by Uzbek border guards deprive 70 families in Suzak rayon of irrigation waterUzbek border guards have dug the trench 3 meters in width and in depth, which has prevented irrigation water from the Tush canal of Uzbekistan to flow into Suzak rayon of Kyrgyzstan since May 26.In the result, 70 families in the Kyrgyz village of Begabad remained without irrigation water. Their crops grown on 100 hectares of land are drooping.The Kyrgyz local officials are holding talks with Uzbek authorities, but achieved no success so far. If this problem is not resolved in the nearest time, the villagers will lose their crops

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