Robin Ord-Smith Death – Robin Ord-Smith, Business Ombudsman of the Kyrgyz Republic and former British ambassador reportedly died at 56. According to a social media sharing by Business Ombudsman to the Kyrgyz Republic. Robin Ord-Smith passed away on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 after a brief illness.
Business Ombudsman to the Kyrgyz Republic mourn the loss of Robin Ord-Smith, ”they wrote,” It is with great sadness that we must convey that on September 20, after a brief illness, Mr Robin Jeremy Ord-Smith MVO @RobinOrdSmith, the Business Ombudsman of the Kyrgyz Republic, has unexpectedly passed away at the age of 56”
It is with great sadness that we must convey that on September 20, after a brief illness, Mr Robin Jeremy Ord-Smith MVO @RobinOrdSmith, the Business Ombudsman of the Kyrgyz Republic, has unexpectedly passed away at the age of 56. pic.twitter.com/bADS4IPeoh
— Business Ombudsman to the Kyrgyz Republic (@BOIKyrgyzstan) September 20, 2022
Robin Jeremy Ord-Smith MVO was born on October 8, 1965. He was a British diplomat. He was educated at Ferndown Upper School and the University of Surrey (BSc).
He joined the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 1985, and was appointed British Ambassador to Tajikistan in 2012, then British Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan in 2015.
Kyrgyzstan or the Kyrgyz Republic, is a mountainous landlocked country in Central Asia. Kyrgyzstan is bordered by Kazakhstan to the north, Uzbekistan to the west, Tajikistan to the south, and the People’s Republic of China to the east.
Its capital and largest city is Bishkek. Ethnic Kyrgyz make up the majority of the country’s six million people, followed by significant minorities of Uzbeks and Russians. The Kyrgyz language is closely related to other Turkic languages.
Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country in Central Asia, bordering Kazakhstan, China, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. It lies between latitudes 39° and 44° N, and longitudes 69° and 81° E. It is farther from the sea than any other individual country, and all its rivers flow into closed drainage systems which do not reach the sea.
The mountainous region of the Tian Shan covers over 80% of the country (Kyrgyzstan is occasionally referred to as “the Switzerland of Central Asia”, as a result),with the remainder made up of valleys and basins.