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30 November 2021, 09:03

Ambassador: Belarusians greatly contributed to inter-ethnic peace in Kazakhstan

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MINSK, 30 November (BelTA) – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus to the Republic of Kazakhstan Pavel Utyupin took part in the international conference “30 years of independence: peace, harmony, a nation of a common future” held in the capital of Kazakhstan, BelTA learned from the embassy of Belarus in Kazakhstan.

The event was held under the auspices of the Assembly of People of Kazakhstan and was attended by parliament members, senior officials of the Nur-Sultan city akimat, foreign guests, representatives of public associations.

Speaking at the conference, Pavel Utyupin welcomed Kazakhstan's significant progress in nation-building, consolidation of society, preservation of the unity and identity of the country's numerous ethnic groups over the past 30 years. He stressed that the Belarusians living in Kazakhstan also made a substantial contribution to the strengthening of inter-ethnic peace and solidarity in the country.

The ambassador also spoke about the migrant crisis at Belarus' border with Poland and Lithuania. The head of the diplomatic mission noted that Belarus was wrongfully accused of engineering this border crisis, though this crisis was the result of the West's interfering in the affairs of sovereign states and provoking of regional conflicts. The diplomat informed the audience about the measures taken by Belarus to stabilize the situation at the border.

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