Kyrgyzstan: Agricultural Woes Give Way to Food Security Concerns

Food production continues to drop in Kyrgyzstan as more people migrate to urban centers. (Photo: David Trilling)

Kyrgyzstan was renowned during the Soviet era as a producer of milk products, meat and produce, but food self-sufficiency in the Central Asian nation is a thing of the past. The growing dependency on imports is fast emerging as a national security issue.

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Dina Tokbaeva is a freelance journalist based in Bishkek.

Kyrgyzstan: Agricultural Woes Give Way to Food Security Concerns

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