|Kyrgyz: Тышкы иштер министрлиги|
Tışkı İşter Ministrligi
Russian: Министерство иностранных дел
Ministerstvo inostrannykh del
since 22 April 2022
|Jurisdiction||Government of Kyrgyzstan|
|Parent department||Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz SSR|
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Kyrgyz: Тышкы иштер министрлиги, Kyrgyz pronunciation: [tʰɯʂqɯ ɪʂtʰer ministʰrliɡi]; Russian: Министерство иностранных дел) is the Kyrgyz government ministry which oversees the foreign relations of Kyrgyzstan.
On February 1, 1944, the Supreme Soviet of the USSR adopted the law "On the granting of powers to the Union republics in the area of foreign relations and the transformation of the People's Commissariat of Foreign Affairs from the Union-Republican People's Commissariat".
In accordance with this Law, the Supreme Council of Kyrgyzstan on March 17, 1944, established People's Commissariat of Foreign Affairs of the Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic.
In March 1944, all future People's Commissars from the republics of the Union were invited to undergo training at the People's Commissariat of Foreign Affairs, where they met with Soviet Foreign minister Vyacheslav Molotov.
By decree on July 31, 1944, Kazy Dikambaev was appointed People's Commissar of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz SSR. In the year of his appointment, he worked as the People's Commissioner of the Republic for State Controls.
On September 9, 1944, the State State Commission under the Sovnarkom of the USSR approved the state NKID of the Kyrgyz Republic in the amount of 35 units. September 23, 1944. The state was approved by Narkomindele USSR. The Ministry dealt with repatriates from China. In 1958, 200 families of immigrants from the People's Republic of China settled in Jalal-Abad region. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz SSR also carried out protocol services for foreign delegations and individual representatives who visited the republic on the lines of other ministries and departments. Thus, in 1968, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic received a delegation from Finland and diplomats from the Mongolian embassy in Moscow. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also participated in the organization of 12 foreign delegations that arrived in the republic on the lines of other ministries and departments.
In 1970, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic had the following structure:
In 1971, the main attention of the Ministry was focused on consular and protocol work. The Ministry supported the embassies of the USSR in Uruguay, in Venezuela, in West Germany, Czechoslovakia, China, as well as the General Consulate of the USSR in Leipzig, Poznań, and Brno.
The following 11 are departments in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
The Kazy Dikambayev Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kyrgyzstan (Russian: Дипломатической академии Министерства иностранных дел Кыргызской Республики им. К. Дикамбаева) is the main instructional institution of the ministry which is used to train future diplomats of Kyrgyzstan. Founded in 2001, the academy is officially accredited and recognized by the Ministry of Education and Science of Kyrgyzstan as a public coeducational institution. It is located on 36 Prospect Erkindik in the capital city of Bishkek.
The academy is currently partnered with the following organizations: