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November 23rd, 2007

Important to deepen friendly ties with Hungary: N. Nazarbayev

"Kazakhstan intends to develop in future friendly relations with Hungary," Head of our State Nursultan Nazarbayev has told upon completion of the negotiations with his Hungarian counterpart, Kazinform correspondent reports.

"Taking into account the economic position of Hungary in Europe, its present role and our common historical roots, we lay emphasis on deepening of such ties" the Kazakh Leader said.

According to the President of Kazakhstan, our countries will develop cooperation in the spheres of biotechnology, nanotechnology, small and medium businesses, tourism and sport, science and healthcare.


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