IMF Board Approves Nearly $121 Million In Coronavirus Aid To Kyrgyzstan.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said its board has approved an emergency $120.9 million disbursement to Kyrgyzstan to help the Central Asian nation deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, in what could be the first in a series of such moves.

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