BISHKEK. The special experts' teams of the Kyrgyz-Uzbek inter-governmental commission on border issues are continuing negotiations on the border delimitation problems in the Uzbek town of Namangan in Ferghana valley. Salamat Alamanov, a head of the Government department for regional issues, is leading the Kyrgyz team. According to unofficial data, about 690 km out of 1,500 km Kyrgyz-Uzbek border are defined by the experts. Recently, Tashkent accused Bishkek for delaying the border delimitation process. The Kyrgyz side rejected the accusations as baseless.
Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan also have some disputed border areas.