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“If our head of state opposes this or that decision being discussed in the Customs Union or the Eurasian Economic Union, this decision will not be taken,” Rogov told a news conference on Wednesday. “This right of veto helps not to infringe on Kazakhstan’s sovereignty.”
The official added that any decision taken by international organisations which violates the country’s constitution in terms of sovereignty or citizens’ rights had no force in Kazakhstan.
“We protect our sovereignty, and if international organisations, the Customs Union or the Eurasian Economic Union, make decisions containing the mentioned features, they are not binding on Kazakhstan,” he said.