|Displacement and Return in Kyrgyzstan Situation Report No.20, 13 July 2010|
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|Wednesday, 14 July 2010|
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Source: United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) on Reliefweb.int
II. Situation Overview
The local media quoted the Commandant of Osh province stating that 46 people have been officially reported missing.
On 12 July, a group of 200-300 women blocked the main Bishkek-Osh road at Yrys village in Suzak district (Jalal-Abad province). Earlier, the women had protested outside the district administration in Suzak town, calling for an end to detentions of local men suspected of involvement in civil disturbances. The women also called for an end to raids by law enforcement agencies for weapons and suspects. After several hours, the women were dispersed.
The World Bank Regional Director for Central Asia arrived in Kyrgyzstan on 10 July and visited Osh. The World Bank experts currently in country as part of the Joint Economic Assessment (JMA) carried out by the Asian Development Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, to review the economic, social, infrastructure and other impacts of the June events and estimate the additional demand on the budget arising from the recovery and reconstruction needs. The findings of the JMA will be presented to the Government by the end of July 2010.
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