He also said young people aged between 15 and 25, who make up nearly one-fourth of Kyrgyzstan's population, are also victim to the spread of AIDS and HIV-related diseases.
He also said that the number of abortions, syphilis, and other sexually transmissible diseases is growing among Kyrgyz teenagers.
There are officially 937 people registered with HIV in Kyrgyzstan, including 68 with AIDS. Niyazov put the country's current HIV/AIDS morbidity at 13 per 100,000 inhabitants.
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