Monday, June 9, 2014

Kyrgyz government examines Mongolia’s experience on collection of biometric data

Kyrgyz government examines Mongolia's experience on collection of biometric data, the Information Support Department of the Kyrgyz Government Office reported.

It is noted that currently the First Vice Prime Minister Taiyrbek Sarpashev is in Ulan Bator. Officials intend to learn from the experience of Mongolia, which in a short time without any difficulty was able to collect biometric data of its citizens.

Recall, Taiyrbek Sarpashev is curator of the project. He promised the president of the country that from September 1 the mandatory collection of biometric data of Kyrgyzstan's citizens over 16 years old will begin. Otherwise, he would resign.

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