NATO seeks to preserve its presence in Central Asia through network of transit and logistics centers, experts

May 2013
Kazakhstan General Newswire;5/16/2013, p1
Almaty. May 16. INTERFAX-KAZAKHSTAN - The NATO forces, which should leave Afghanistan in 2014, work on keeping its presence in Central Asia, Alexandr Knyazev, political analyst, reckons. "Some of the troops pulling out of Afghanistan will try and stay on using different signs in the Central Asian republics," he said.


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