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Much work went into the development of the new TWR Central Asia Ministries Web page. The new front page now serves as a portal with choice photos to five different language sites: Kazakh, Russian, Kyrgyz, Uzbek and Tajik.

Visitors can read about the news, listen to MP3 messages, listen to online radio programs, watch videos, share the site with their friends on Facebook and Twitter, and send an email to someone about the site.

“The pages for the Kyrgyz and Uzbek languages were improved, but the most developed language page is in the Kazakh one,” said TWR Central Asia ministries’ director.

Check out the new site now!