Former Kyrgyz president brought to Bishkek

Former President of Kyrgyzstan Askar Akayev has been brought to responsibility in Bishkek.

He was earlier accused of signing an agreement on the Kumtor gold mine. Signing this agreement is treason. The Kumtor gold mine belongs to a Canadian company.

Former Presidents of the Kyrgyz Republic Askar Akayev and Kurmanbek Bakiyev are internationally declared wanted in connection with the Kumtor gold mine. Askar Akayev was the President of Kyrgyzstan from August 31, 1991, to April 11, 2005. (report)