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Kazakh PM reminds that all roads from Kyrgyzstan run through Kazakhstan

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Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev once again commented on the statements of the Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev. Tengrinews.kz reported.

«Yesterday, I made a speech in connection with the incorrect statement by the President of Kyrgyzstan Atambayev, based on the manipulation of figures that have no basis. I believe that strong and responsible politicians can not afford actions of this kind. In my statement, I gave the official position of the government, backed up by reliable facts,» Sagintayev said at a government meeting.

Kazakhstan is a brotherly state for Kyrgyzstan. And it is not just words. For example, all transport trade exits of the Kyrgyz Republic — air, rail, road routes- run through Kazakhstan, but we have never taken restrictive measures.

Bakytzhan Sagintayev

«Moreover, all these years our country has been helping the Kyrgyz people, treated with understanding the requests of the Kyrgyz leadership. We are brotherly people — the Kazakhs and the Kyrgyz. The friendship that we have built for centuries should be appreciated. The election campaign will end, but it should not leave a shadow of doubt between the two peoples. We must preserve the unity of the two fraternal peoples. We must not become a laughingstock for other nations and must preserve the unity of our fraternal peoples. We must work together to further strengthen our social and economic well-being,» he added.

Almazbek Atambayev told at the presentation of state awards about the leaders, imposed on Kyrgyzstan by the Kazakh authorities. After that, the Prime Minister of the neighboring state made an official statement and reminded Kyrgyzstan of the financial assistance provided.

Today, truck drivers, moving to Kyrgyzstan, reported about delays on the border with Kazakhstan. The ordinary citizens of Kyrgyzstan also speak about the strengthened control. Since yesterday evening, people are posting photos in social networks, which demonstrate huge queues in passing passport control on the border with Kazakhstan.