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Uzbekistan addressed a problem of ‘incorrect’ delimitation!

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Look, last time you can tumble in Central Asia Mass Media the clearance policy – the theme of artificial boundary marked in Soviet Union time in this district. Uzbekistan representatives think that Toshkent is most injured of it. They say that some part of historical territories is part of modern Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan. More interesting that Toshkent supposes that Kirghizia and Tajikistan is synthetic countries what were created by curtailment squares of neighboring countries! By this way Uzbekistan lays territorial claims to all Central Asia republics. In truth the tense atmosphere in Kirghizia provoked these moods.
 
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