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Kyrgyzstan in the ABU TV Song Festival

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Kyrgyzstan in the ABU TV Song Festival

Kyrgyzstan
Member station New Broadcasting Network (HTC)
Appearances
Appearances 1
First appearance 2013
Last appearance 2013


The participation of Kyrgyzstan in the ABU TV Song Festival has occurred once since the inaugural New Broadcasting Network (HTC). Tola Tursunaliev has represented the nation at the 2013 festival. In 2014, Kyrgyzstan withdrew from the festival.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Withdrawal 2
  • Contestants 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

History

KTRK made their debut in the ABU TV Song Festivals at the 2013 festival, in Hanoi, Vietnam.[1]

Withdrawal

Kyrgyzstan was not present on the final participation list that was published by the ABU. The reasons for withdrawal from the ABU TV Song Festival 2014 are unknown.[2]

Contestants

Year Artist Language Title English translation
2013 Tola Tursunaliev[3] Kyrghyz "Enekeme" Mother
Did not participate between 2014 and 2015

See also

References

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