Diplomatic relations between Brazil and the Kyrgyz Republic were established in 1993 – Brazil was one of the first States to recognize the country's independence, in 1991. The Brazilian representation to the Kyrgyz government managed by the Brazilian Embassy in Nur-Sultan (former Astana), capital of Kazakhstan.
Chronology of Bilateral Relations
2012 – The Kyrgyz Republic's Deputy Prime-Minister, Djoomart Otorbaev, has a working visit to Brazil, on the occasion of Rio+20
1993 – Establishment of diplomatic relations
1991 – Recognition of the independence of the Kyrgyz Republic