First Lady of Kyrgyzstan is Aigul Jeenbekova, wife of President Sooronbaï Jeenbekov.
First email: Friday, 24 August 2018
Dear President Sooronbaï Jeenbekov:
We would like to send an invitation to your wife and First Lady of Kyrgyzstan to invite her to be the contact person with the other six First Ladies of the Seven-Stan nations. These two webpage (linked above) explain that it is first a high-level tourism appeal, then an educational appeal that would involve your top academic thinkers, and finally a cultural appeal that would involve your citizens in all parts of your country to lift up their best selves for the world to understand the fullness of Kyrgyzstan.
How might we send your First Lady and wife an introductory note? Via email? We contacted other First Ladies through their official email account. Twitter would do. It’s easy to set up; we were able to contact Bushra Khan, First lady of Pakistan, through her official Twitter account. Twitter current is in a strange space; we’ll have to be patient with them. Thank you.
Our Discovery Process: We’ve asked people on Facebook, “Are you (or are you related to) the First Lady of Kyrgyzstan? If so, I would like to share a note to the First Ladies of the seven nations whose name ends with -stan. Thank you.
We’ve uncovered local resources. An excellent website, Novastan.org, is the most helpful site we have found. They are based in Paris (France), Berlin, and Bishkek. Here are more images of Aigul Jeenbekova.
We are studying the history. Bishkek, once known as Pishpek and Frunze, is the capital and largest city of Kyrgyzstan.
We are checking the information agency “24.kg” (who happens to use MailChimp) if they might help.
We are looking around the country for the editors of newspapers and magazines, people like Hasan Mustafaev, editor-in-chief of Vecherny Bishkek (Shopokova str., 121/1, Bishkek 720001) We’ve asked, “What are some of the most popular websites and email address of people in Kyrgyzstan?” The president’s website: http://president.kg/
Are there books of references that might help?
1. A wonderful compilation of contacts: http://sezim.org/?page_id=607
2. An excellent resource to translate a page by its URL:
3. http://novastan.org is an online periodical that covers:
Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan and the
Uyghur region, a provincial-level, autonomous region in the northwest region of China.