Yeltsin Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University (YKSU) reported to the public about the completion of the four-day International Conference “New Migration in Eurasia: Consequences for Integration Processes” on May 21.
Conference participants, including representatives from scientific communities in Russia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan, discussed entirely new migration processes and their impact on integration possibilities, noting changes both in migration directions and the composition of migrants, as well as the growing role of non-governmental organizations.
Not only the university
In Kyrgyzstan, there is not only Yeltsin University but also a mountain peak, a five-thousander called “Peak Yeltsin” (5168 m). Until recently, the monument of Yeltsin used to welcome visitors at the museum of the world’s largest high-altitude beach resort, Cholpon-Ata.