A source in the city leadership of Bishkek said that the situation in the capital of Kyrgyzstan, where riots and clashes continued between supporters of various political forces since October 5, has stabilized and is under control.
The source added: “The situation is stable in the city at the present time, and it is under the control of security men, police and army personnel.”
According to him, several thousand representatives of the Popular Guard, also helping to maintain discipline and public order.
The source added, “On the first day of the curfew, no serious violations were recorded in the capital.”
A state of emergency was declared in Bishkek as of October 9, by decision of Kyrgyz President Surunbay Genbekov.
The curfew applies in Bishkek, from 9 at night until 5 in the morning.