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In 1991 the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site had been closed down, and Kazakhstan’s further policy and way towards building nuclear-free and safe world was identified.
In 1991 the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site had been closed down, and Kazakhstan’s further policy and way towards building nuclear-free and safe world was identified.
During the last two decades, the bilateral relations between Argentina and Kazakhstan were sporadic and limited to formal contacts.
During the last two decades, the bilateral relations between Argentina and Kazakhstan were sporadic and limited to formal contacts.
During the last two decades, the bilateral relations between Argentina and Kazakhstan were sporadic and limited to formal contacts.
Interest of Kazakhstan to the huge region united by Pacific ocean and including Northeast and Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand, all Oceania, Russia, the United States of America and Canada, has
Since February, 23, 1992 when diplomatic relations between India and Kazakhstan were established, close cooperation in many fields have been proceeding.
Economic presence and interest of China in Kazakhstan have considerably increased recently.
Some problems in Central Asia have global or even institutional character, hence combined efforts of the international community are necessary.
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