President of Kyrgyzstan Sadyr Zhaparov on the day of memory of Aksy events laid flowers for the monument to the memory of the people who died for freedom during the Akshay events of 2002 and the April events of 2010 at the central square of Ala-Too in Bishkek.
The event was also attended by the speaker of the parliament (Jogorku Kenesh) Nurlanbek Shakiev, Prime Minister Akylbek Zheparov, Supreme Court Chairman Zamirbek Bazarbekov, Chairman of the Constitutional Court Emil Oskonbaev, State Secretary Sүnbek Kasmambetov, mayor of Bishkekk Emilbek Abdykadirov.
Zhaparov also made an appeal to the Kyrgyz people on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance of Aksai events.
“Aksese events are also one of the first political events in the latest history of Kyrgyzstan, which influenced the future of the state. It was a signal of anxiety that warning the crisis in the management of the country. They changed public consciousness in the political development of Kyrgyzstan led to the political development of Kyrgyzstan. political transformation of the country, in general it was a step in a different direction, ”he said.
March 17, 2002 in the Aksysky district of the Jalal-Abad region for the participants of the foot march, fire was opened, six people were killed as a result. Demonstrators demanded not to give China to the site in the area of Uzengu-Kuush.
The crisis in Aksas led to the resignation of Prime Minister Kurmanbek Bakiev and his government.
At one time, on the fact of the incident, the government, deputy, as well as public commissions, which studied the circumstances of the incident and issued conclusions, were formed.
After the Tulip Revolution, the dead were posthumously awarded the Erdik medal (“Courage”).