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Interethnic accord in Kazakhstan


Kazakhstan is a young country of Central Asia, which recently celebrated the twentieth anniversary of its independence. Despite of such short period of time, with well-constructed policy of the Head of State our country now is considered by the international community as a country seeking to enhance interethnic peace and interfaith harmony. Recent public-opinion polls show that the relationships between ethnic groups in the country are quite friendly. Obviously, it is an achievement of all Kazakhstan people, and especially its two largest ethnic groups — Kazakhs and Russians, which relations have a great influence on the situation in the republic. In addition, it is also a result of our national policy, which was worked out be our Government.


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