The death toll from unrest in southern Kyrgyzstan riots reaches 251.
Health Minister Alymkadyr Beishenaliev announces that 55% of the Kyrgyzstan population has received their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Kyrgyzstan announces that it will receive 150,000 doses of China's Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine by June 20.
Kyrgyzstan signs an agreement with the World Bank to purchase vaccines developed by Sinopharm.
Kyrgyzstan special forces detain former President Almazbek Atambayev in a raid on his compound. Atambayev was freed from prison by anti-government protesters on October 5.
A fire at a warehouse in Moscow, Russia, kills at least 17 people, all migrant workers from Kyrgyzstan. The Investigative Committee of Russia, which reports directly to President Vladimir Putin, says a criminal inquiry has been launched.
The President of Kyrgyzstan Almazbek Atambayev signs a presidential decree officially recognizing March 17, March 24, and April 7 as public holidays for Kyrgyzstan. The dates are meant to commemorate the days of Kyrgyzstan's massive anti-government revolts. On March 17, 2002, during anti-government protests in the Aksy District, police killed four protesters, while March 24 and April 7 commemorate the Tulip Revolution of 2006 and the Second Kyrgyz Revolution of 2010, respectively.
The Eurasian Economic Union between Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Armenia comes into effect
An official investigation in Kyrgyzstan into deadly ethnic riots last year reports that local Uzbek leaders were to blame.
Kyrgyzstan approves a new constitution with 90.6 percent of voters backing a constitution that would pave the way for a parliamentary election in October, following the violence of the recent uprising and riots.
Kyrgyzstan's interim government considers arresting and charging President Kurmanbek Bakiyev for the deaths of 81 people in riots earlier this week.