Kazakhstan not to provide territory for anti-Iran military attacks

   Apr 5, 2:29 pm

Astana, Apr.5 (ANI): The Government of Kazakhstan has asid that it will not allow its territory to be used for any military operation against Iran.

Kazakh foreign ministry spokesman Abibullayev Altai said in a statement here: "Irresponsible media statements and insinuations, claiming that Kazakhstan's territory and air space could be used by foreign countries for military purposes against third countries, are absolutely unfounded."

ltai said Kazakhstan, as a responsible entity in international relations and a leader in the field of nuclear disarmament, "has consistently supported and will act exclusively for a peaceful and diplomatic settlement of the situation surrounding the Iranian nuclear program." (ANI)

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