Civil society activist Ondurush Toktonasyrov requires a meeting with Turkish Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan, and insists that he should know the whole truth about the cargo on the crashed plane.
According to Ondurush Toktonasyrov, his protest is indefinite. He is ready to come there every day until he gets answers to his questions.
"Let the representatives of the diplomatic mission come here and talk to me. There was a terrible tragedy in Kyrgyzstan, people should know the truth, or are we going to demand closure of the Embassy," he said.
Recall, cargo Boeing 747-400F of ACT Airlines (MyCargo), chartered by Turkish Airlines, made flight from Hong Kong to Istanbul on January 16.
The government reported that the transport aircraft had to land in Bishkek for refueling. It carried 85 tons of cargo.
However, ACT Airlines, the company owning the aircraft, reported on January 18 that the plane had to unload goods in Bishkek.
On January 20, Deputy General Director of Turkish MyCargo Hamza Tyglay said that the plane did not have the goods intended for delivery to Kyrgyzstan.
Parliament created a temporary parliamentary commission to investigate and find owners of the cargo.
Consignee of the cargo is still unknown. Nobody laid claim to the cargo so far.