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CIS Daily Bulletin, April 28


Below is a summary of events in the Commonwealth of Independent States on April 28:


* Armenia plans to boost cooperation with NATO under the Partnership for Peace program, Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian said


* The Russian Prosecutor General's Office has officially asked Georgia to extradite Jr. Sgt. Alexander Glukhov, a Russian soldier facing charges of desertion, a spokeswoman said

* About 90 Chechens living in Georgia have requested refugee status since January to allow them to return to Chechnya, the head of the Russian republic's migration department said

* The Georgian opposition, which has been holding protests since April 9 demanding the country's president resign, collected around $3,000 in donations over two days in the capital, the Conservative Party said


* Kazakhstan has begun mining uranium at a new field in the south of the country with a production capacity of 750 metric tons annually, the national nuclear power company said


* The Kyrgyz authorities banned imports of meat from the United States and Mexico over swine flu fears, veterinary officials said


* Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko said the national energy company Energoatom could sign a nuclear fuel deal with Russia, but has set several conditions, the Kommersant Ukrainy business daily reported

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