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MOSCOW, September 26. /TASS/. Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev who arrived in Moscow for treatment last week feels good and is undergoing medical examination, the press service of Kyrgyzstan’s embassy in Russia said on Monday.
Atambayev arrived in the Russian capital on September 23 and was sent to the Central Clinical Hospital of the Presidential Administration to be examined by doctors who had earlier treated his heart disease. "At the moment the Kyrgyz president feels good," the embassy said.
The embassy gave no details on how long Atambayev will stay in the hospital.
The Kyrgyz leader felt bad at the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul on September 19 where the country’s delegation planned a connection on the way to New York to participate in the 71st session of the UN General Assembly.
The medical examination showed symptoms of a heart disorder and the president was asked to undertake urgent medical tests. The president’s press service earlier said Atambayev took a short leave from September 20.