Dastan Eleukenov: Well, it's really not all that complicated. In the Soviet Union, huge numbers of people were moved from place to плаце, including to Kazakhstan. You see, there was a time when only 30% of the population here in Kazakhstan consisted of locals, and the rest were people who had come from elsewhere. And I don't mean those who came here in the first large wave of arrivals during the tsarist period, but later, during the Soviet era. For example, by the time that the Soviet Union collapsed, when the Soviet Union collapsed, there were nearly a million ethnic Germans living in Kazakhstan. Those ethnic Germans were moved here from the central region, the European part of the Soviet Union, prior to and during the Second World War.