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The wellbeing of an individual, the wellbeing of a family, the republic, of Russia

Kirsan Ilyumzhinov The Great Steppe Side Law was adopted for the first time in 1640 at a congress between Jungar and the Khalkhass khans. Those were troubled times, years of general discord. The tribes were scattered and weakened both by wars against external enemies as well as themselves.

Twenty-eight khans and three Buddhist activists grouped together to adopt the great steppe side law which aimed at eradicating internecine battles and conflicts between the khans which had torn the land apart for centuries. They gathered together to establish order and a durable peace on the territory of the Mongol Khanates. The wisdom of a nation is based on the experience of the past.

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