TITLE

Uzbekistan's withdrawal from Collective Security Treaty Organization does not make it an enemy of Kazakhstan and Russia, Russian expert

AUTHOR(S)
Interfax
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Kazakhstan General Newswire;5/16/2013, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Newswire
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Almaty. May 16. INTERFAX-KAZAKHSTAN - Uzbekistan's withdrawal from the CSTO does not fundamentally affect its relations with Kazakhstan and Russia, Russian Political Scientist Alexandr Knyazev.
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87641260

 

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