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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Gave nothing In Novosibirsk denied the transfer to Kazakhstan of the lake Sweet

In the legislative Assembly of the Novosibirsk region has denied the fact of transfer of the lake is Sweet to Kazakhstan as a result of the demarcation of the border between the two States. This was confirmed by the Kazakh diplomats. Earlier media reported that the local authorities explained the transfer of the lake in the neighboring country because it is supposedly “useless.”

photo: Sergei Ivanov

“This is nothing more than idle talk,” – said in an interview to “Kommersant”, first Deputy Chairman of the legislative Assembly of the Novosibirsk region Andrey Panferov.

According to him, the administration of Kupinsky district has encouraged local residents to refrain from visiting the lake, but it was connected solely with boundary demarcation, and not with the fact that the reservoir is completely “moved” to Kazakhstan.

These data confirmed at the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Moscow. Diplomats noted that last week a joint demarcation Commission began to install border markers between the Novosibirsk oblast of Russia and Pavlodar oblast of Kazakhstan.

Also, the Embassy noted that the border remained in the same place. Kazakhstan still owned 70 percent of the reservoir, Russia — 30 percent.

Earlier media reported that Russia gave Kazakhstan its part Sweet, and the head of Kupinsky district, commenting on the decision, called a reservoir useless. Later, the relevant news was removed from the site of administration, and the official refused to comment on the words attributed to him.


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