BISHKEK. Meeting of the Kyrgyz-Tajik inter-governmental joint commission on border delimitation and demarcation ended today in Bishkek. According to the head of the Kyrgyz Government's department on regional issues, Salamat Alamanov, a special rule on future work of the commission and the common problems were defined during the meeting which started on December 23. The next meeting of the commission will be held in March 2003. Kyrgyz-Tajik border stretches across 940 km, there are dozen disputed places at the border, including some enclaves. So far, the Kyrgyz Government says that Kyrgyzstan resolved the border delimitation issues with Kazakhstan and China. Meanwhile, the authorities of the remote Batken region and the neighboring local counterparts in Tajikistan are strengthening their border and customs posts with each other. The Batken side today put a new post in Koek-Terek which connects the town of Isfara with the enclave of Vorukh.