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30th November 2018 - The European Union's special representative for Central Asia, Peter Burian, has visited Bishkek to discuss with Kyrgyz officials ways to expand cooperation between the bloc and the Central Asian nation. The EU office in Bishkek said on November 29 that Burian was due to discuss EU-Kyrgyz ties with the parliament speaker Dastanbek Jumabekov, Prime Minister Mukhammedkalyi Abylgaziev, and Foreign Minister Chyngyz Aidarbekov.  Burian was also scheduled to meet with representatives of Kyrgyzstan's civil society and foreign diplomats. His last visit to Kyrgyzstan was in February, two months after the EU and Kyrgyzstan launched negotiations on a new bilateral agreement. The EU announced in December 2017 that the accord would replace the 1999 Kyrgyz-EU Partnership and Cooperation Agreement and would focus on political and economic cooperation, as well as trade and investment relations.

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