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ASTANA, June 20. /TASS/. Kazakhstan calls for abandoning sanction policies, the country’s foreign minister, Yerlan Idrisov, said on Monday.
"The head of state has been repeatedly saying this and has been repeating his call on the world leaders to abandon the short-sighted politicized sanction policies that are harming ordinary people," he said.
Kazakhstan’s economy, in his words, also feels adverse impacts of the sanction confrontation between Russia and the Western countries.
"Naturally, the sanction are telling on us. Our businessmen and our economy feel it," Idrisov said.