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MOSCOW, September 25. /TASS/. Kazakhstani schoolbooks that list Crimea as part of the Russian Federation have undergone expert evaluation and comply with state standards, the country’s Ministry of Education and Science press secretary Alibek Shokparov told a radio station Govorit Moskva ("Moscow Speaking") on Friday.
Ukraine earlier sent a note of protests to Kazakhstan’s Foreign Ministry over inclusion of Crimea into the Russian Federation in Kazakhstani schoolbooks.
"Schoolbooks are undergoing expert evaluation on complying with state educational standards of Kazakhstan. The schoolbooks have already undergone a corresponding evaluation on complying with the standard. They have documents, resolutions, and they are included in the list of schoolbooks recommended by the ministry," Shokparov said.