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Tuesday, 2 September 2014

putin and borat
Recent statements by both Putin and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev, though moderated by courtesies, suggest a muffled disagreement between Moscow and Astana. Some believe that Russia's stance on Armenia and its campaign in Ukraine have contributed to the reported chill.

Nazarbayev said that he would quit the Eurasian Union if the terms of membership are changed or if the membership poses threat to Kazakhstan's independent statehood. Putin issued a reminder that Kazakhstan "had never had statehood" before Nazarbayev.

If the information provided by Russian journalists are correct, then Vladimir Putin stated that his counterpart from Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev experienced "created a state in a territory that has never had a state ... Kazakhs had no statehood, he created it! "
Nursultan having previously praised and presented as initiator theoretically of the Eurasian Union, precisely to avoid Moscow the charge resurrection of USSR, the current head of the Russian state, the new structure mentioned. Suddenly, one of the three countries signed the documents creating the new union and delete right to their own national history, even before Sovietization four centuries had a bridle free imperial predecessor, now the Soviet Union.  

In this case, neither Belarus should not feel safe. For now, this third member of the future Eurasian Economic Union has been targeted by negative speech of President Vladimir Putin.