Uzbek border guards are expected to begin withdrawing from disputed territory in Kyrgyzstan's southern province of Jalal-Abad on October 1.
Bakyt Zhumadilov, arrested in a security services raid in Bishkek in June, was found guilty of propagating extremism and involvement in "activities aimed at inciting ethnic, racial, religious and interregional hatred."
The secretary of Kyrgyzstan's state citizenship commission, Nurbek Kasymbekov, said that the majority of the naturalized citizens were ethnic Kyrgyz from neighboring Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Kyrgyz and Uzbek officials have discussed the tense situation around a disputed segment of border in Kyrgyzstan's southern province of Osh.
Some 200 citizens of Kyrgyzstan's southern Aqsy district have protested the appearance of Uzbek border guards on disputed territory.
Kyrgyz Prime Minister Jantoro Satybaldiev has proposed that a new fund be created to support countries that express their willingness to join a Russia-led customs union.
The U.S. secretary of state's special adviser for international children's issues, Susan Jacobs, has met with Kyrgyz officials to discuss issues surrounding the adoption of Kyrgyz children by Americans.
Members of the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) have issued a statement expressing concern about the situation in Syria.
President Almazbek Atambaev has said that Kyrgyzstan has no need for a law on "foreign agents," such as the one Russia adopted and applies to foreign-financed nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).
The chairman of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, says the European Union plans to increase its financial support to Kyrgyzstan.
Ministers from Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, and Pakistan have gathered in Islamabad for talks on the CASA-1000 energy-sharing project.
Former Kyrgyz Ombudsman Tursunbek Akun has started a hunger strike to demand the resignation of top officials allegedly involved in the early release from prison of a reputed crime boss.