|Displacement and Return in Kyrgyzstan Situation Report No.22, 20 July 2010|
|Wednesday, 21 July 2010|
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Source: United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) on Reliefweb.int
The security forces in Osh Province have reportedly begun taking measures ahead of the end of the 40-day morning period to prevent destabilisation in the region. Barriers have been established on roads in and out of the city, and all cars and lorries are being carefully examined. The authorities believe this will prevent potential destabilising forces to enter the city. The 40-day morning period will end on 20-21 July. In the meantime, the curfew hours have been reduced by two hours in Osh City and Province as of 20 July. The curfew hours are from 2200 hours to 0500 hours.
The clusters and Humanitarian Country Team (HCT) in Kyrgyzstan have completed the field draft of the revision to the Flash Appeal, which is now being reviewed at the IASC level. The revision reflected revised HCT and cluster strategies based on the needs assessed through cluster and inter-agency assessments conducted in the past few weeks.
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