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Kyrgyz Security Service Warns Of Secret Islamic Terror Group

UKMK Chairman Keneshbek Duishobaev

UKMK Chairman Keneshbek Duishobaev

BISHKEK -- Kyrgyzstan's National Committee for State Security (UKMK) head told parliament that an underground organization called the Islamic Movement of Kyrgyzstan (IMK) has been established, RFE/RL's Kyrgyz Service reports.

UKMK Chairman Keneshbek Duishobaev said the IMK's major goal is to undermine social, political, and economic stability in the country.

Duishobaev told parliament earlier today he has information that about 300-400 Kyrgyz citizens are currently undergoing training at terrorist training camps in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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