Kyrgyzstan's President Roza Otunbaeva decorated Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan with the Danaker Order in Bishkek on Wednesday.
Erdogan expressed pleasure and honor over receiving the Order.
Noting that the Order would bring great responsibilities for him, Erdogan said that he would try to fulfill his responsibilities by developing solidarity, cooperation and brotherhood between Turkey and Kyrgyzstan.
Erdogan said that Turkey had always supported Kyrgyzstan in hard times, adding that the Order he received would be a sign of Turkish-Kyrgyz brotherhood.
Erdogan said the sight of American flags in the convoy alongside YPG insignia had "seriously saddened" Turkey.
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