Kazakhstan-of "strategic sites" are under control after the violence
Kazakhstan-events / (photo): Kazakhstan-of "strategic sites" are under control after the violence Almaty, January 9 (Reuters) - a number of "Strategic Sites" in Kazakhstan are under the control of the Military Alliance led by Russia to restore the Order, said Sunday the Office of the Presidency, while the country is confronted with the worst violence since its accession to the Independence Thirty years ago.
more than two weeks after the violent protests in Kazakhstan, the military alliance of OVKS stated by Russia has deducted its last units from the country. This reported several Russian news agencies on Wednesday, citing the Head of Mission, Andrej Serdjukov. "The peacekeeping operation" is now completed, Serdjukov said. Meanwhile, Kazakhstan raised the admission state. © Alexandr Bogdanov For more than two weeks after the violent protests in Kazakhstan, the Military Alliance of OVKS stated by Russia has deducted its last units from the country.
The media reported citing the Russian Ministry of Defense that four military aircraft were left with the remaining soldiers from the capital only-Sultan and the city of Almaty. It deals with the "last units".
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of the Russian troops of "peacekeeping" were sent last week in Kazakhstan, prey to riots. View on Euronews © Alexei Nikolsky / Sputnik President Putin during a videoconferencing of the organization of the collective security treaty (January 10, 2021) The flags were placed in Bern in Kazakhstan on Monday, declared day of mourning national By power after the riots that have made dozens of deaths and more than a thousand wounded, the exact number of victims remaining blurred.
Already on Thursday, OVKS soldiers had been adopted in the Eastern Metropolis Almaty with a solemn ceremony, as an AFP correspondent reported.
The Organization of the Treaty on Collective Security (OVKS) include Russia and Kazakhstan the former Soviet republics Belarus, Armenia, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. After the mass protests in Kazakhstan, they had sent more than 2000 soldiers at the request of the Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokajew.
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Trigger of massive protests in the raw material rich ex-Soviet republic last week had increased gas prices. Later, the protests widened to government-critical demonstrations and riots across the country. According to authorities, a total of 225 people were killed in the protests.
for the OVKS, which is often presented by Russia as equivalent to NATO, was the posting of the "peacekeepers" a premiere. The OVKS troops had secured Almaty Airport, among other things, the reports were temporarily occupied by government opponents.
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100,000 soldiers, air assistance, heavy device: the Russian military threatens Ukraine with a large squad. It could advance quickly. © Maxar Technologies / DPA Russian Fighting Associations at the Troop Exercise Pogonovo in the Western Russian administrative district of Vorone's satellite image of Wednesday, January 19, of the conflict around the Russian threats against Ukraine is increasingly tricky.