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Citizens of Kyrgyzstan and Turkey to receive pensions and benefits in both countries

Christian Fernsby |
President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed into law the social security treaty between the Governments of Kyrgyzstan and Turkey signed on April 7, 2020 in Ankara.

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The Kyrgyz Embassy in Turkey said the treaty aims to create equal social security rights for citizens of the two countries.

According to the agreement, citizens of the two countries working legally and paying insurance premiums will be able to receive pensions and benefits both in Kyrgyzstan and Turkey.

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