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Azerbaijanis in Kyrgyzstan

Azerbaijanis in Kyrgyzstan
Qırğızıstan azərbaycanlıları
Total population
17,267 (0.3%)(Census 2009)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Bishkek
Languages
Azerbaijani • Kyrgyz • Russian
Religion
Predominately Muslim

Azerbaijanis in Kyrgyzstan (Azerbaijani: Qırğızıstan azərbaycanlıları) are a Azerbaijani diaspora in Kyrgyzstan, and are Kyrgyz citizens and permanent residents of ethnic Azerbaijani background. Azerbaijan and Kyrgyzstan took through centuries and both countries used to be the part of Russian Empire and then Soviet Union. Currently there are over 17,267 Azerbaijanis in Kyrgyzstan.[1]

Population of Azerbaijanis in Kyrgyzstan according to ethnic group 1926–2009
census 19261 census 19392 census 19593 census 19704 census 19795 census 19896 census 19997 census 20098
3,631 0.4 7,724 0.5 10,428 0.5 12,536 0.4 17,207 0.5 15,775 0.4 14,014 0.3 17,267 0.3
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References

  1. ^ a b Ethnic Composition of Kazakhstan (2009 census) . Retrieved 18 August 2013.
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