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The leaders of the Central Asian countries are aware of the dangers of getting too close to the West and joining the sanctions against the Russian Federation.

Axar.az reports that this was said by Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Galuzin.

He noted that the West promises large investments to Central Asian states, tries to involve them in partnership programs and persistently offers assistance in security matters:

"The strategic calculation of our enemies is obvious: to cause discord in the relations between Russia and the Central Asian republics. Apparently, abroad and in Brussels, they naively believe that the countries of Central Asia will not resist such expansion of the West. "We are sure that the capitals of Central Asia know all the risks and potential harms of getting too close to the West, following its promises and joining anti-Russian restrictions."

2024.05.14 / 12:53
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