The outcome of the clashes in Kazakhstan rises, and Russia is...

The outcome of the clashes in Kazakhstan rises, and Russia is...
The outcome of the clashes in Kazakhstan rises, and Russia is...
Kazakhstan, according to "France Brush".

Russian news agencies quoted a local channel as saying: "A beheaded body was found".

These numbers are added to a previous toll that spoke of the killing of dozens of demonstrators while they were trying to seize the administrative buildings of Almaty, the economic capital of Kazakhstan.

In the same context, the Kazakh Ministry of Health announced, on Thursday, via state television, that more than 1,000 people were injured in the protests and riots that have rocked Kazakhstan for days.

Deputy Health Minister Ajer Ginat said more than 1,000 people were injured as a result of the riots in different regions of Kazakhstan, 400 of whom were hospitalized and 62 people were in intensive care.

Internationally, Russia and its allies announced, on Thursday, the dispatch of the first battalion of Peacekeeping forces To Kazakhstan, which is experiencing chaotic riots.

This military alliance said in a statement posted on the Telegram application, spokeswoman for Russian diplomacy, Maria Zakharova "A collective peacekeeping force of the Collective Security Treaty Organization has been sent to Kazakhstan for a limited period in order to ensure the stabilization and normalization of the situation", according to "France Brush".

He explained that the forces include units of the armed forces of Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, the other five members of the Moscow-dominated Collective Security Treaty Organization with Kazakhstan.

The statement did not specify the size of the troops to be sent, but said that the Russian unit includes members of the country’s airborne forces.

He said the main tasks of the troops "It will be protecting important government and military installations and helping the law enforcement forces (…) to stabilize the situation".

He added that the Russian forces were transported by military aircraft to Kazakhstan, explaining that the advanced units "She has already begun to carry out the tasks assigned to her".

The story began on January 1, when the Askar Mamin government decided to abolish the maximum prices for liquefied gas.

On the second day, protests erupted, as thousands took to the streets of the city of Zhnauzin, the center of the oil industry in Kazakhstan, then the clashes spread to other cities, in the Central Asian country.

And liquefied gas is of great importance in the country because many depend on it in their cars due to its cheap price, and although the country is rich in oil, its population of about 19 million suffers from poverty and the accumulation of debts.

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And the local authorities announced that 12 members of the security forces were killed and 353 others were injured in the riots and demonstrations that rocked them Kazakhstan, according to “AFP”.

And Russian news agencies quoted a local channel as saying that “the decapitated body of one of them was found.”

These numbers are added to a previous toll that spoke of the killing of dozens of demonstrators while they were trying to seize the administrative buildings of Almaty, the economic capital of Kazakhstan.

In the same context, the Kazakh Ministry of Health announced, on Thursday, via state television, that more than 1,000 people were injured in the protests and riots that have rocked Kazakhstan for days.

Deputy Health Minister Ajer Ginat said more than 1,000 people were injured as a result of the riots in different regions of Kazakhstan, 400 of whom were hospitalized and 62 people were in intensive care.

Internationally, Russia and its allies announced, on Thursday, the dispatch of the first battalion of Peacekeeping forces To Kazakhstan, which is experiencing chaotic riots.

“A collective peacekeeping force from the Collective Security Treaty Organization has been sent to Kazakhstan for a limited period in order to ensure the stability and normalization of the situation,” this military alliance said in a statement posted on the Telegram app, a spokeswoman for Russian diplomacy Maria Zakharova.

He explained that the forces include units of the armed forces of Russia, Belarus, Armenia, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, the other five members of the Moscow-dominated Collective Security Treaty Organization with Kazakhstan.

The statement did not specify the size of the troops to be sent, but said that the Russian unit includes members of the country’s airborne forces.

He said that the main tasks of the forces “will be to protect important government and military installations and help the forces of order (…) to stabilize the situation.”

He added that the Russian forces were transported by military aircraft to Kazakhstan, explaining that the advanced units “have already begun to carry out the tasks assigned to them.”

The story began on January 1, when the Askar Mamin government decided to abolish the maximum prices for liquefied gas.

On the second day, protests erupted, as thousands took to the streets of the city of Zhnauzin, the center of the oil industry in Kazakhstan, then the clashes spread to other cities, in the Central Asian country.

And liquefied gas is of great importance in the country because many depend on it in their cars due to its cheap price, and although the country is rich in oil, its population of about 19 million suffers from poverty and the accumulation of debts.

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