The Kyrgyz people settle into present day Kyrgyzstan, which is ruled at the time by the Oirats Mongols.
Chinese Manchus defeat the Oirats, and the Kyrgyz become subjects of the Chinese Empire.
Russian forces take over and integrate Kyrgyzstan into the Russian Empire.
The Kirgiz Soviet Socialist Republic (SSR), also known as Kirgizia, becomes a constituent republic within USSR.
Kyrgyzstan gains independence and joins the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
Kyrgyzstan joins the United Nations as well as what is now the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).
The Russian Rouble is replaced by the Som as unit of currency. The official name of the country becomes the Kyrgyz Republic.