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  • Robert Kelly
    Robert Kelly “We keep talking about a tough response - that's what the South Korean president said this morning - but it's just not clear to me what that would be that wouldn't put us on a war footing. It's almost certainly going to be rhetorical.” 17 hours ago
  • Hirokazu Matsuno
    Hirokazu Matsuno “North Korea's series of actions, including its repeated ballistic missile launches, threatens the peace and security of Japan, the region, and the international community, and poses a serious challenge to the entire international community, including Japan.” 17 hours ago
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“Before the war, Uzbekistan was one step closer to joining the Eurasian Economic Union and Mirziyoyev [Shavkat Mirziyoyev] even participated in a meeting of the Collective Security Treaty Organisation. [But] I think that now Uzbekistan will try to distance itself from Moscow. I think that Usmanov [Uzbek-born Russian businessman Alisher Usmanov] is thinking about his own future. His business was mostly possible to prosper in the previous Russia, now everything has changed because of the sanctions. He probably looks for an opportunity to change his main location, and turn from a Russian oligarch with Uzbek roots into an Uzbek oligarch. The way Central Asia thinks about Russia has changed. While before, Russia was seen as a source of stability, it now seems that its presence in a very sensitive security dimension has become a weakness for the regional stability, sovereignty and territorial integrity. I think that Central Asian governments will seek to minimise the influence of Russia, which will be difficult to do, but they have no choice since it has become an unpredictable power.”

Fellow at the Carnegie Moscow Center
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“Firstly, the military actions and violence must be stopped right away. The Republic of Uzbekistan recognises Ukraine's independence, sovereignty, and territorial integrity. We do not recognise the Luhansk and Donetsk republics.”

Foreign Minister of Uzbekistan
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“For the first time in relations between our two nations we have agreed who should do what and when at the border because this is a serious problem that our people are waiting to be fixed. If everything goes according to the plan, [the issue will be solved in] three months, which we agreed to be the longest possible time.”

President of Uzbekistan
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