Kadyrzhan Batyrov

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Kadyrzhan Batyrov (Uzbek: Qodirjon Botirov, Қодиржон Ботиров; Russian: Кадыржан Батыров; 9 March 1956 – 4 December 2018) was a Kyrgyz businessman and politician. He was also head of the University of People's Friendship[1] and a parliamentary deputy.[2]

He fled from Kyrgyzstan to Ukraine in 2010.[2] Batyrov received a life sentence for his alleged role in ethnic conflicts in southern Kyrgyzstan in summer 2010.[2]

Batyrov died in his sleeping in Odesa, Ukraine on 4 December 2018 at the age of 62.[3]

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