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Kazakhstan should pursue a multi-vector policy, Tokayev said

MOSCOW, 20 Nov. Kazakhstan must pursue a multi-vector policy in the current realities, President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said.
“I think that given the geopolitical position, given that more than $500 billion is involved in our economy, given that global companies operate in our market, we are simply obliged to pursue a multi-vector, as they say now, foreign policy,” he told reporters at the country's early presidential elections.
A convincing mandate of confidence: the results of the presidential elections in Kazakhstan

Early presidential elections were held in Kazakhstan on November 20.


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Early presidential elections were held in Kazakhstan on November 20.

Voters were active, turnout was 69.44%.


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The voters were active, the turnout was 69.44%.

The voting process went smoothly, without violations.


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The voting process was calm, without violations.

The presidential candidate of Kazakhstan from the party "Aul" Zhiguli Dayrabayev at one of the polling stations in Astana.


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Candidate for President of Kazakhstan from the party "Auyl" Zhiguli Dayrabayev at one of the polling stations in Astana.

The polling stations met the requirements necessary for the voting procedure.


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Polling stations met the requirements necessary for the voting procedure.

Presidential candidate of Kazakhstan Saltanat Tursynbekova at a polling station in Astana.


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Presidential candidate Kazakhstan's Saltanat Tursynbekova at a polling station in Astana.

The incumbent president of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, won, he received 81.31 percent of the vote.


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Incumbent President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev won with 81.31 percent of the vote.

"People's trust is the most important value. We must justify this trust… Tokayev said after the announcement of the first results.


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"People's trust is the most main value. We must justify this trust… Tokayev said after the announcement of the first results.

The President expressed his gratitude to the people's coalition that nominated him for the vote.


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The President expressed his gratitude of the people's coalition that nominated him to vote.

Chairman of the election commission at one of the polling stations in Astana.


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Chairman of the election commission at one of the polling stations in Astana.

Candidate for President of Kazakhstan from the republican public association “National Alliance of Professional Social Workers” Karakat Abden at the polling station.


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Presidential candidate of Kazakhstan from the republican public association &quot “National Alliance of Professional Social Workers” Karakat Abden at the polling station.

In total, 10,101 polling stations operated in the country, almost 12 million Kazakhstanis have the right to vote.


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In total, there were 10,101 polling stations in the country, almost 12 million Kazakhstanis have the right to vote.

The elections were held in accordance with the law and in a fair competition, everyone had equal opportunities , said Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.


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The elections were held in accordance with the law and in a fair competition, everyone had equal opportunities, noted Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.

"Presidential elections open a new political era", said the President-elect.


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“The presidential election opens a new political era,” said the President-elect.

< p>Vladimir Putin congratulated Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev on his re-election, noting that he received a convincing mandate of confidence. 15

Vladimir Putin congratulated Kassym-Jomart Tokayev on his re-election, noting that he received a convincing mandate of confidence.

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Early presidential elections were held in Kazakhstan on November 20 .

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Voters were active, turnout was 69.44%.

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The voting process went smoothly, without violations.

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The presidential candidate of Kazakhstan from the “Aul” party Zhiguli Dayrabaev at one of the polling stations in Astana.

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The polling stations met the requirements necessary for the voting procedure.

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Kazakh presidential candidate Saltanat Tursynbekova at a polling station in Astana.

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The current president of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev, won, he received 81.31 percent of the vote.

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"People's trust is the most important value. We must justify this trust… Tokayev said after the announcement of the first results.

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The President expressed his gratitude to the people's coalition that nominated him for the vote.

10 out of 15< p>Chairman of the election commission at one of the polling stations in Astana.

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Candidate for President of Kazakhstan from the republican public association “National Alliance of Professional Social Workers” Karakat Abden at a polling station.

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In total, 10,101 polling stations operated in the country, almost 12 million Kazakhstanis have the right to vote.

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The elections were held in accordance with the law and in a fair competition, everyone had equal opportunities, Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev noted.

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"Presidential elections open a new political era,” said the president-elect.

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Vladimir Putin congratulated Kassym-Jomart Tokayev on his re-election, noting that he received a convincing mandate of confidence.


On November 20, early presidential elections are held in Kazakhstan. As Tokayev stressed, the results of the elections will determine the development of the state for the next seven years.

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