Congratulations to President

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ASTANA. December 28. KAZINFORM Letters of congratulations from the Heads of different countries and governments on the 19th anniversary of independence of Kazakhstan are still received in the Office of President Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, the Presidential press service informs.

President of Turkey Abdullah Gül sent a letter of congratulations to the Head of State. 'Thanks to your wise politics Kazakhstan became such authoritative country in the world arena. The OSCE Summit held in Astana due to achievements of Kazakhstan, as OSCE Chair, showed the aspiration of Kazakhstanis to peace and stability. 2010 has been a golden year for our strategic bilateral relations. I believe that the first Turkic-speaking Countries Cooperation Council that will be held at your initiative in Kazakhstan in 2011 is to increase cooperation between our people', the letter reads.

'Your initiatives of the global scale led Kazakhstan to the elite world community and gave tremendous impetus to activities of top world organizations. Common history, mutual strategic interests unite Kazakhstan and Ukraine, make us partners', President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych said in his letter.

'I am confident that friendly relations between Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan based on principles of good-neighborly relations and mutually beneficial cooperation will be maintained in the future for the good of people of the two countries. It will also serve for strengthening peace, security and stability in Central Asia', Uzbekistan's President Islam Karimov write in his letter.

Acting President of Moldova Ghimpu also congratulated President Nursultan Nazarbayev on the 19th anniversary of Independence. 'I feel confidence that constructive dialogue and tight cooperation between Moldova and Kazakhstan will also serve in future to make stronger our friendly relations and mutual understanding as well as we will continue mutually beneficial relations between our countries' the letter reads.

Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia Quentin Bryce also sent a letter to the Head of the State. 'The relations between our countries continue to develop positively. We extend our political, official and business relations. Australia became an Asian partner of the OSCE in December of 2009 on the eve of Kazakhstan's presidency which also became a basis for consolidating of our bilateral relations', the letter reads.

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