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Police Inquiry

Asked if, other than Borat, if anything else such as energy cooperation, had been discussed at the meeting with the President of Kazakhstan, the PMOS said there was a bilateral agreement from 2005 on energy cooperation with Kazakhstan and we recognised Kazakhstan’s increasing importance on this subject. The press conference, for those who turned up only to talk about Borat, had been an education in Kazakhstan’s increasing importance across a range of issues and we have recognised that for some time. Kazakhstan is, both because of its strategic position in the world, and because of its energy resources, an increasingly important country.

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