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ASTANA, November 25 /TASS/. Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev has refrained from sharing his plans for the 2020 presidential election though the country’s laws allow him to run for a new term.
"Until 2020, I’m going to work. And we’ll meet again in 2020," Nazarbayev said in a November 22 interview with the Bloomberg news agency, the extracts from which were circulated by his press service on Friday.
Nazarbayev believes the most important thing is to make a positive contribution to the country and people.
"I’m not envisaging succession for my children, I don’t think that’s a question for us," Nazarbayev, 76, said when asked of the possibility to hand power over to his children.