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U.S. assistance to the countries of Central Asia


Current levels of U.S. assistance to the countries of Central Asia for FY2002

US DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Office of the Spokesman
For Immediate Release
February 11, 2002


Taken Question from February 11, 2002 Briefing by the Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs Beth Jones

Question: What are the current levels of U.S. assistance to the countries of Central Asia for FY2002?

Answer: Total assistance to Central Asia for FY2002 (including the fall supplemental and regular FY2002 budgets) is $408 million. The following is a country-by-country breakdown:

Kazakhstan $81.6 million

Kyrgyzstan $49.0 million

Tajikistan $85.3 million

Turkmenistan $16.4 million

Uzbekistan $161.8 million

Central Asian regional (for programs active in more than one country): $13.9 million

Question: What were the levels of U.S. assistance for the countries of Central Asia for FY 2001?

Answer: Total assistance to Central Asia in FY2001 was $244.2 million. The following is a country-by-country breakdown:

Kazakhstan $71.5 million

Kyrgyzstan $40.6 million

Tajikistan $56.4 million

Turkmenistan $12.2 million

Uzbekistan $55.9 million

Central Asian regional: $7.6 million

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