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Kazakhstan to continue to provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

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Kazakhstan to continue to provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

Kazakh President Nur Sultan Nazarbayev has pledged to stand for a stable, secure Afghanistan and to assist the war-ravaged nation in its sustainable economic development.

“We continue to provide technical, humanitarian assistance to Kabul, annually delivering food, fuel, medicine to the country, and teaching young Afghan specialties in Kazakhstan’s educational institutions. As for today, 140 people have already finished studying in our country, 730 continue to study,” said President Nazar Bayev at the Collective Security Council meeting in Dushanbe, Tajikistan.

The President of Kazakhstan emphasized that the security environment in the Central Asian region is seriously affected by the situation in Afghanistan.

The Head of State stressed that despite the difficulties of the world economy, Kazakhstan will continue to help its allies.


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