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    May 4, 2018 // 0 Comments

    Central Asia has started to assert its interests and identity. European powers should seize the initiative and bolster these trends.   By Raffaello Pantucci, Director of ...read more

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15th June 2018 – Kazakhstan will increase the number of peacekeepers in UN missions, with the first mission set to go to Lebanon. Defense Minister Saken Jasuzakov read out President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s address at the joint meeting of the Senate and Mazhilis of Kazakhstan on June 15, stating “Since January 1, 2017, Kazakhstan acts as non-permanent member of the UN Security Council. In the political address to the UN Security Council it was said that Kazakhstan intends to increase the number of its military observers and peacekeepers in UN peacekeeping missions. Deployment of peacekeepers will not only make a significant contribution into strengthening of international security, but will also enhance the weight of Kazakhstan as a responsible member of international community”. “Dispatch of peacekeeping group of the armed forces of Kazakhstan to the UN mission in Lebanon will allow to acquire skills necessary for peacekeeping and humanitarian operations, to check military combat ability of Kazakh officers in climate conditions of the Middle East,” President Nazarbayev said.

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