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Expanding Economic Connectivity in Greater Central Asia (Complete)

NEW YORK, September 23, 2014 — U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William J. Burns and Assistant Secretary, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs Nisha Biswal review current efforts to promote a stable, secure, and prosperous Central and South Asia with regional representatives Aizaz Chaudry (Foreign Secretary, Pakistan); Muktar Djumaliev (Ambassador, Kyrgyzstan); Erlan Idrissov (Foreign Minister, Kazakhstan); Farhod Salim (Ambassador, Tajikistan); and Asia Society President Josette Sheeran. In conjunction with United Nations General Assembly 2014. (1 hr., 20 min.)

Transcript of William J. Burns's remarks


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