Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Mongolia and Kazakhstan to Strengthen Ties

News from Kazakhstan:
ASTANA. September 13. KAZINFORM./Dulat Moldabayev/ Today Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Mongolia to Kazakhstan Ravdangiin Khatanbaatar has handed credentials to the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. We have intentions to develop trade and economic relations of the states, Mongolian Ambassador said. "We will purchase petroleum derivates and grain in Kazakhstan”.

“There are many Kazakhs residing in Mongolia and lots of Kazakhs from Mongolia are living in Kazakhstan. This fact will contribute also to the development of mutual benefit collaboration,” the diplomat added.
Here's to more cooperation between the Kazakhs and Mongolians, Mongol brethren.


Anonymous Anar Enhsaikhan said...

I always liked the Kazakhs, they have so much more in common with us than the East Asian countries in terms of culture, history, genes, and language.

10/30/2005 11:12 AM  
Anonymous Tumur said...

Kazakhs are people of mixed turkish/mongolian origin. They are our close brothers by blood. Almaty region was already populated by mongolian speaking kidans in 10-12th centuries, many mongolian speaking tribes (kereyd, merkid, olhonud, mangud, hongirad, oyrat/kalmyk, etc) participated in formation of kazakh nation. If mongolian participation had been little bit more, we could have another mongolian-speaking independent country - Kazakh Uls.

9/30/2006 10:26 PM  
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