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Topic - Nursultan Nazarbayev
PARIS (AP) — He is wanted in his native Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Russia. He was ordered jailed in Britain.
Kazakh officials hope that recent trade deals with Germany will lead to a trade pact with the European Union that will spur the Central Asian nation's economic development.
Kazakh officials hope that recent trade deals with Germany and France will lead to a trade pact with the European Union that will fuel the Central Asian nation's economic development.
Sunday's parliamentary elections presumably are aimed at moving Kazakhstan toward a more open and democractic system — but some voters here aren't buying it.
Celebrations to mark Kazakhstan's 20 years of independence last week were marred by the most significant unrest seen in the country since Soviet times, with police opening fire on oil workers who have been striking since May.
On stage, the leader of the nation treks into a nighttime magical forest and begins talking to the trees, which turn into his opponents.
Riding high on a crest of government-nurtured adulation, Kazakhstan's strongman leader has now become a star of the silver screen.
Nursultan Nazarbayev told Russian state-controlled channel Rossiya-24 in an interview aired Wednesday that the use of modern mass media to influence internal political developments in certain countries creates security risks.
As soon as Mr. Obama finished speaking, he began to walk out of the room, but Mr. Medvedev and Mr. Nazarbayev were clearly waiting for the interpreter to tell them what the American president had said.