The demand of Kyrgyz parliamentarians is related to the case of Orhan Inanda, who went missing in Bishkek on June 1.
On July 7, members of the Jogorku Kenesh of the Kyrgyz Republic heard the report on the disappearance of a citizen of Kyrgyzstan, the founder of the Sapat network of educational institutions, a native of Turkey Orhan Inanda, who went missing in the capital on June 1, the press office of the Jogorku Kenesh of Kyrgyzstan reported.
Deputy Abdyvahap Nurbaev demanded the Chairman of the Border Guard Service to be dismissed, justifying his demand by saying that the agencies had failed in their responsibilities and let a citizen of Kyrgyzstan be abducted.
The parliamentarian also asked about the future of the Sapat network of educational institutions.
Deputy Minister of Science and Education Nadira Jusupbekova said the network of educational institutions would continue to work, because these institutions were located on the territory of Kyrgyzstan, children of citizens of Kyrgyzstan studied and citizens of Kyrgyzstan worked at these institutions. She emphasised that these schools had been founded in accordance with Kyrgyz law.
As was reported, on July 5, President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated that Orkhan Inandy, who went missing a month ago, had been detained and brought to Turkey as part of a successful special operation. Ambassador of Turkey to Kyrgyzstan Ahmet Sadik Dogan was handed an official note.