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Cameron admits watching Borat before visiting Kazakhstan

British Prime-Minister David Cameron. ©REUTERS British Prime-Minister David Cameron. ©REUTERS
Great Britain’s Prime-Minister David Cameron has admitted watching Borat movie several hours before flying to Kazakhstan, The Mirror writes. The 2006 pseudo-documentary tells about adventures of 'Kazakhstan' journalist Borat Sagdiyev, played by a British comedian Sasha Baron Cohen. He travels to the U.S. and meets different people there. The movie caused a lot of criticism in Kazakhstan. “I did see it, it was a long time ago,” David Cameron said, but did not share his impression of the movie and quoted Kazakhstan Foreign Minister Yerlan Idrissov instead: "I will rest on the words of the foreign minister who said that his country had survived Stalin and could probably survive anything". British Prime-Minister
met with Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev on June 30 in Atyrau.
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