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Description THE KREMLIN, MOSCOW. Joint photo session before a en:CIS Council session. The CIS leaders (l-r) - en:Emomali Rakhmonov ( en:Tajikistan), en:Islam Karimov ( en:Uzbekistan), en:Heidar Aliyev ( en:Azerbaijan), en:Robert Kocharyan ( en:Armenia), en:Petru Lucinschi ( en:Moldavia), en:Askar Akaev ( en:Kyrgyzstan), en:Vladimir Putin ( en:Russia), en:Leonid Kuchma ( en:Ukraine), en:Eduard Shevardnadze ( en:Georgia), en:Saparmurat Niyazov ( en:Turkmenistan), en:Nursultan Nazarbaev ( en:Kazakhstan), en:Aleksandr Lukashenko ( en:Belarus).
Date 26 January 2000
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