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You're not the only one who's noticed the similarity. Governor Schweitzer has too, as Emmett O'Connell notes at Western Democrat:
"The Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Kyrgyz Republic to the United States came to compare Big Sky Country’s ranches and ski resorts, fly-fishing rivers and universities, to those in Kyrgyzstan. Although the two mountain landscapes are half a planet away, Montana and Kyrgyzstan have a wide-ranging network of connections dating back to the 1990s."Question: how do you build foreign policy cred as a Western state governor? Answer: any way you can. Question: why would you want to build foreign policy cred as a Western state governor? Answer: because you're running for President.
"'We would like to work in close relations with small businesses in Montana,' Sydykova said through interpreter Sharjan Tashtanbekova, one of the first Kyrgyz exchange students to the University of Montana. 'We’re trying to learn how Montana works at these industries.'”