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No life, no voice, no choice, no anything....


It almost 2 months passed after bloody conflict in Osh. But people still frightened and devastated. I’ve been in Osh when all that happened. I was one of whose who got know about it for the first witnesses’. And still, I still cannot live with the thought of what happened. I cannot recognize Osh. These bustards changed Osh, there is no those nice and friendly people, no bazaar (the symbol) of Osh. AFTER TALKING WITH BOYH SIDES OF THE CONFLICT and no one admits guilty. No one doesn’t want to make the first step. All that news about peace are bull ship. People in Osh just took the pause before strong fight. Politicians are helping only one side and even before events they always did the same.
Its government fault that they didn’t pay attention to the problem before.
Why its always happen? When you need to solve problem, first you have to make it and make it big and only then somebody will start talk about it. Now every body is talking about it. Only the laziest didn’t write or quote about it. The international organizations were reopened only for several months but it won’t help. And employers are most from the side of title nation. I really, really regret in what happening now because even international organizations cannot do right things. They throw together people and do not think that it can be very harmful.
It was just heart cry...


Sarah Diop's picture

Svetlana, Thank you so much


Thank you so much for Sharing. My heart goes out to you and the people of Osh.


Wishing you many Blessings,


Amei's picture

Svetlana, I am touched

May you and people of Osh be blessed and bestowed with strength..

Sincerely, Amei

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