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Peace Corps thanked Kazakhstan for warm welcome

28 december 2011, 14:21
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Kazakhstan Minister of Foreign Affairs Yerzhan Kazykhanov. Photo by Vladimir Dmitriyev©
Kazakhstan Minister of Foreign Affairs Yerzhan Kazykhanov. Photo by Vladimir Dmitriyev©
Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Yerzhan Kazykhanov received a greeting letter from Director of the Peace Corps Aaron S. Williams in relation to successful completion of the mission in Kazakhstan, Tengrinews.kz reports citing press-service of Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry.

“On behalf of the Peace Corps Volunteers and staff who had the privilege of serving in Kazakhstan, I would like to extend my gratitude for your partnership and support. This partnership has been extraordinary successful for the Peace Corps as an institution and for the more than 1100 volunteers who have lived and worked in communities throughout Kazakhstan. As Kazakhstan continues to work towards a better future we acknowledge its successes admire its perseverance and are honored to have had the opportunity to contribute to its development,” the letter states.

Head of the Peace Corps thanked Kazakhstan people for the warm welcome to volunteers. “We are also grateful for the warm welcome that the Kazakhstani people have always extended to our volunteers. Peace Corps Volunteers traveled far from their American families but volunteers in Kazakhstan always found a second home with their Kazakhstani host families, colleagues and friends. These returned volunteers have become citizen ambassadors of Kazakhstan and the friendship they formed will serve as a legacy of our work together. We greatly appreciate your invaluable support of the Peace Corps, our Volunteers, and their work in Kazakhstan,” Aaron S. Williams writes.

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