Jeenbek Kulubaev was nominated for the post of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kyrgyzstan to Kazakhstan. His candidacy was approved today by the Committee of the Parliament on International Affairs, Defense and Security.
During the meeting, the deputies denied the proposal of the Foreign Affairs Ministry to discuss the candidacy of an Ambassador behind closed doors.
Recall, the post of the head of the diplomatic mission of Kyrgyzstan in the neighboring country has been empty for two years. Esengul Omuraliev had held this post from February 2012 to April 2016.
Jeenbek Kulubaev served as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador to Malaysia (2007–2009), Director of the Department of Asia and Africa (2013), and was in charge of cooperation with Arab countries in the same department.