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The shootings continue in the central part of the Kazakh city of Almaty

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Criminals are reported to be lurking in city gardens and parks, and citizens are helping police identify suspected groups. Operations are currently underway under dense fog. Criminals can continue to carry out attacks using the uniforms of law enforcement officers. “For example, some of the participants in the attack on the remand center in the Almaty area were wearing military uniforms,” ​​the source told Sputnik. More than 4,000 foreigners were detained during the protests, according to the country’s interior ministry. Massive protests erupted in Kazakhstan in the first days of 2022. Residents of the western cities of Zhanaozen and Aktau protested against the rise in liquefied petroleum gas, and shortly after the protests spread to other cities, clashes broke out between protesters and women in Almaty. . Law enforcement agencies, police used stun grenades and tear gas canisters. Nationwide, the Internet was cut off and several television networks shut down. The whole government and former President Narsultan Nazarbayev accepted the leadership of the National Security Council. Djokovic confirmed that the protests were triggered by an unidentified provision and asked the Joint Security Agreement (CSTO) to deal with attempts to undermine the “terrorist threat” and the attempt to undermine the unity of the Kazakh state.

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Narsultan (Sputnik) – The firing continues in the Kazakh city of Almaty, and the counter-terrorism operation is still going on, Sputnik Kazakhstan’s correspondent reports.

The perpetrators are reported to be lurking in city gardens and parks, with citizens assisting police in identifying suspicious groups.

The operation is currently being carried out under heavy fog.

In turn, the Kazakh security forces’ source warned that “scattered groups of criminals could continue to carry out attacks” using the uniforms of law enforcement officers.

“For example, some of the participants in the attack on the detention center in the Almaty area were wearing military uniforms,” ​​the source told Sputnik.

Former leader of the Security Council of Kazakhstan has been arrested on charges of treason

More than 4,000 people, including foreigners, were detained during the protests, according to the Interior Ministry.

“Among those arrested were foreign nationals. 4266 were handed over to the police,” the company said in a statement released by the Telegram channel CORONAVIRUS2020.KZ.

In the early days of 2022 Massive protests erupted in Kazakhstan. Residents in the western cities of Zhanaozen and Aktau moved out. Struggle to condemn the rise in liquefied gas pricesIn a short time the struggle spread to other places.

Clashes broke out between protesters and law enforcement in Almaty, and police used stun grenades and tear gas canisters. The Internet was cut off across the country and many television networks were shut down.

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The United States authorizes the expulsion of staff from the Almaty consulate
Kazakh authorities They declared a state of emergency January 19 and curfew order, 11pm to 7am
President on January 5th Djokovic accepted the resignation of the government Until then the leadership of the National Security Council, headed by former President Narsultan Nazarbayev, had been fully accepted.
Djokovic said the protests were planned by a group of instigators, Whose identity he did not disclose, and demanded a Joint Security Agreement (CSTO) Send peacekeepers Attempts to deal with the “terrorist threat” and undermine the integrity of the Kazakh state.