AKIPRESS.COM – Chairman of the State National Security Committee Kamchybek Tashiev received a Bishkek native Maksim Chernyshov, who was unable to obtain a passport of a Kyrgyz citizen due to family circumstances, the press service of the Committee reported on April 6.
The primary documents, which are the basis for registration and issuance of national passports of the Kyrgyz Republic (ID-card and foreign passport) were restored to 33-year-old Chernyshov.
On March 16, Chernyshov made a video appeal to State National Security Committee Chairman Kamchybek Tashiev asking for help in obtaining a Kyrgyz passport.
In 1990, his biological parents left Maksim in the Oktyabrsky children’s foster center. Three days later he was adopted by Alexei Chernyshov, who died in 1994, and Tatiana Chernyshova, who died in 2020.
Despite repeated attempts to obtain identity documents from documentation authorities, Maksim Chernyshov was unsuccessful due to the lack of parental and primary documents required for a Kyrgyz Republic passport.