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Four Tasks for Greater Central Asia

NEW YORK, September 23, 2014 — Calling the region "critical to global security," U.S. Deputy Secretary of State William J. Burns outlines specific ways the U.S. hopes to aid the cause of greater North-South interconnectedness in Central Asia, while Farhod Salim (Ambassador, Tajikistan) and Erlan Idrissov (Foreign Minister, Kazakhstan) describe some of the development plans of their respective nations. In conjunction with United Nations General Assembly 2014. (4 min., 29 sec.)

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