“Peak Of September 11”
At the White House ceremony on September 22, 2002, the first President of Kyrgyz Republic, Dr. Askar Akayev, presented a breathtaking photograph of the newly named peak of “September 11” to the US President George W. Bush.
On September 4, 2002, an international expedition led by Sergey Melnikoff ascended an unnamed peak in Tian Shan Mountains of Kyrgyzstan and named it “September 11” in memory of those who lost their lives in September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the US. The peak is 13,124 ft (4,000 m) high and has a twin summit, resembling the New York World Trade Center Twin Towers that collapsed as the result of the attacks.
• As ordered by the Kyrgyz Republic Government, IPV News USA successfully implemented international project of naming two unnamed peaks of the Talas mountain ridge of Tien Shan “The Peak of September 11”;• Raising flags at the newly names Peak of September 11; • President George W. Bush and President Askar Akayev. The White House, Washington D.C., September 22, 2002; • Anastassia and Azamat on top of the Peak September 11; • Tian Shan Mountains of Kyrgyzstan; • Anastassia Melnikov on top of the Peak September 11