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Kazakh president: I would vote for Cameron. Cameron: Kazakhstan is an 'emerging power'. Better late than never as David Cameron arrives in Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan to Britain: Don't lecture us on human rights.

July 1 2013, 17:21

ITV - Kazakh president: I would vote for Cameron - Asked what advice he could give to Cameron ahead of the 2015 general election in the UK, the president said: "Personally I would vote for him."

Cameron: Kazakhstan is an 'emerging power' - David Cameron said Kazakhstan was "not just an emerging market" but "an emerging power" after signing a strategic partnership with the country:

Belfast Telegraph - Better late than never as David Cameron arrives in Kazakhstan - Speaking at the opening of the giant Bolashak oil production plant Mr Cameron said: "As I was delayed in my flight from Pakistan I landed and I said I was sorry to the President for being an hour late.

Reuters - Kazakhstan to Britain: Don't lecture us on human rights - Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev said on Monday nobody had the right to lecture his country after British Prime Minister David Cameron raised concerns about human rights in the former Soviet state.

The Independent - 'It shouldn't have happened': David Cameron regrets the case of artist from Kazakhstan refused UK visa because he had no hands - An artist with no hands was refused a visa to enter Britain because he could not provide fingerprints, in what David Cameron said was a “deeply regrettable episode”.

Bloomberg - Cameron Wins Kazakh Leaders’ Vote After Rights Criticism - U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron, criticized by human-rights activists for visiting Kazakhstan, was endorsed for re-election by the leader of the Central Asian nation, who’s been in power since before the fall of the Soviet Union.

The Guardian - What is David Cameron doing in Kazakhstan? - The visit has Blair's fingerprints all over it. Of course Britain must do business with Kazakhstan, but it need not give the regime its political blessing in addition. And if Kazakhstan why not Iran, a country whose democratic credentials are far more robust? Why does Cameron's trip not include equally oil-rich Tehran? The answer is simple. The ayatollahs failed to hire that mercenary of modern diplomacy, Tony Blair.

KAZINFORM - Petrofac inks a memo of understanding with 'KazMunaiGas Exploration and Production' JSC - Petrofac announces the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") with the Kazakh company  "KazMunaiGas Exploration and Production" ("KMG EP") JSC. This is reported in the press release of the company.

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