Representatives of the Indonesian mission to the UN are closely studying Kazakhstan's experience

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Representatives of the Indonesian mission to the UN are closely studying Kazakhstan's experience. They consider the work of the republic in the Organization's Security Council to be very effective. Indonesia is nominating its candidacy for non-permanent members of the UN Security Council for 2019-2020, and counts on the support of other countries.

DIAN TRIANSYAH DJANI, PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF INDONESIA TO UNITED NATIONS:
- We have been working closely together here. I know the Minister personally Kazakhstan has always been a country that is close to us and our Vice President came to the OIC conference last month. So, for us, we have been very supportive of Kazakhstan’s foreign policy.

Kazakhstan’s achievements and its role in the international political arena are highly appraised by the German expert on Central Asian countries. Günter Knabe believes that the republic has won strong authority in the world with its peacekeeping initiatives.

GUNTER KNABE, EXPERT ON CENTRAL ASIA:
- Independent Kazakhstan has achieved excellent results. At present, it is a key country in Central Asia and a bridge between Europe and Asia. I think this is the merit of President Nursultan Nazarbayev who has made Kazakhstan a strong and stable state. Kazakhstan renounced nuclear weapons. This step is highly appreciated by the international community that considers Kazakhstan an example for other countries. I know, starting from January 1, Kazakhstan will chair the UN Security Council and I think this is a great success in Kazakhstan's international policy.