Сапар Исаков (Russian)
|19th Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan|
26 August 2017
|Preceded by||Muhammetkaliy Abulgaziyev
|Born||(1977-07-29) 29 July 1977
Frunze, Soviet Union (now
|Political party||Social Democratic Party|
Sapar Isakov (Russian: Сапар Джумакадырович Исаков) is a Kyrgyz politician who has been Prime Minister since 26 August 2017. Previously he was chief of staff for President Almazbek Atambayev.
In 1999 Sapar Isakov graduated from the international University of Kyrgyzstan.
He is state counselor of state service of 3rd class.
He has the diplomatic rank of “Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kyrgyz Republic”
During 1999-2003 He was lecturer at the International University of Kyrgyzstan.
During 2003 – 2007 He was Attaché MFA of the Kyrgyz Republic
04.2007 – 08.2007 he was head of Department of international cooperation of the Government Office.
08.2007 -10.2009 He was the head of foreign relations Department of the Government Office.
10.2009 – 04.2010 He was the head of communications service, the Central Agency of the Kyrgyz Republic on development, investments and innovations.
04.05.2010 – 02.08.2010he was head of international relations Department of staff of the Interim Kyrgyz Government.
02.08.2010 he was head of foreign policy Department of the presidential Administration.
Future successor of Almazbek Atambayev
Sapar Isakov made a great leap in his career in the past six months. He rose from the rank of the Deputy Head of the Kyrgyz President’s Office to the position of the Chief of the President’s Administration. Thus, at his age of 39, Isakov is the fourth man in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan after the country’s President, Prime Minister and Speaker of Parliament. Some journalists even call him the future successor of Almazbek Atambayev. But it is more significant that Isakov’s successive career advancement has always been accompanied by his hard work.
Closing of the US base in Manas
At the age of 31, Sapar Isakov started tightly cooperating with the US representatives, especially when he headed the international relations department of Kyrgyzstan’s Government Office. By his own admission, at that time he held a lot of meetings with US Deputy Ambassador, who regularly went to the Government Office for talks.
In 2009, Sapar Jumakadyrovich was against the closing of the US base in Manas, considering that it would dramatically reduce the country’s opportunities. He was explaining the Kyrgyz authorities’ position of categorically rejecting this base existence to US Embassy’s representatives as a result of mercantile interests. At the same time, Isakov was also complaining to Americans about Russia that, as explained by Isakov, did not fully fulfill its financial obligations after the closing of the Manas airbase.
When he entered into entourage of President Atambayev and, in 2012, became chief of foreign policy department of the President’s Administration.
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