Posts Tagged ‘Kazakhstan’

98K Russians Have Entered Kazakhstan After Putin’s Call-Up

Thousands of Russian men are seeking to avoid the call-up by fleeing into neighboring countries by land and air. Source

Kazakhstan Happily Welcomes ‘Hopeless’ Russians Fleeing Putin’s War

Kazakhstan has risked the wrath of Putin by offering to ‘care for’ Russian men fleeing conscription due to the ‘hopeless situation’ back home. Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, president of the ex-Soviet state, also offered muted criticism of Putin’s war – saying that the ‘territorial integrity of states must be preserved’ as the despot moves to carve up […]

Pope Francis visits Kazakhstan, will not meet with Russia’s patriarch

Pope Francis has arrived in Kazakhstan for a three-day visit that will include an interfaith conference — a trip overshadowed by the fact that he will not be meeting with the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, while there. On Wednesday and Thursday, the leader of the Catholic Church will participate in the […]

Washington’s and Kyiv’s Failed Attempt to Drive a “Fake News” Wedge between Kazakhstan and Russia

The well-informed reader need not be reminded of the United States’ “eagerness” to regain the positions it has lost in Central Asia in recent years. And of Washington’s incessant attempts to separate the former CIS republics and now independent Central Asian states from Russia for this reason. It is enough to recall the speech given […]

Kazakhstan’s Importance for Central Asia, the EU, China & Russia

Opinion: Kazakhstan’s importance for Central Asia, the EU, China and Russia: Relations in progress SHARE: PUBLISHED 8 YEARS AGOON MAY 9, 2014 By EU Reporter Correspondent Signup to our weekly newsletter to receive exclusive interviews, articles & videos. We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding […]

China-Kazakhstan Energy Partnership

Despite all the turmoil of early 2022, China and Kazakhstan continue to develop their energy cooperation with confidence. On September 29, 2021, at the international scientific conference “Energy Silk Road in Central Asia: results and prospects of oil and gas cooperation”, the Deputy Minister of Energy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Aset Magauov, announced that […]

China: Freedom in Kazakhstan Would Be a National Security Threat for Beijing

China’s state-run Global Times on Wednesday argued that political stability in neighboring Kazakhstan is a vital Chinese national security interest — even the stability of a merciless authoritarian regime with a ruler “elected” under shadowy circumstances who imprisons and kills protesting citizens to remain in power. The Global Times said China shares this interest with […]

NED Provided $1.2 Million To Help Kazakhstan Spark A Color Revolution

Above Photo: Protesters climb on top of a van in Almaty on January 6. Nbcnews.com; collage by staff. Media Has Covered Crisis In Kazakhstan In Biased Way. On January 2nd, protests erupted in the city of Zhanaozen in western Kazakhstan that have since spread across the country. Over 160 people have been killed, including at […]

Kazakhstan Riots: The Regional Dimensions & Implications

Kazakhstan’s riots, beginning just after new year’s Day have been called a failed color revolution and may have posed a threat to a number of regional powers, but how true are the claims that this was an anti-Russia Western conspiracy? The Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) quickly mobilized in the wake of violent protests in […]

Kazakhstan Detains Nearly 1,700 More After Violent Unrest

MOSCOW (AP) — Kazakh authorities said Wednesday they detained 1,678 more people in the past 24 hours over their alleged participation in the violent unrest that rocked the former Soviet nation last week, the worst since Kazakhstan gained independence three decades ago. The additional detentions, reported by authorities in Almaty, the country’s largest city that […]

The Straight Gas on Kazakhstan’s Recent Upheaval

It’s time we begin taking notes on where every nation, organization, and business stands on the crises in our world. The recent unrest in Kazakhstan, the world’s ninth-largest country, is a good place to start. A recent editorial from a multiple Pulitzer Prize winning media outlet warns of the further disintegration of truth. With trust […]

Who “lost” Kazakhstan and to whom?

Jauary 09, 2022 Dear friends, Christ is born!  Glorify Him! The magnitude of the crisis in Kazakhstan has surprised many, including myself.  Some compared what happened to the Euromaidan in Kiev, but that is a very bad comparison, if only because the Euromaidan happened on one square of one city whereas the violent insurrection (because […]

Life in Kazakhstan’s main city and former capital seems to be returning to normal.

Life in Kazakhstan’s main city and former capital seems to be returning to normal. Public transport has started operating for the first time since the violence, which left government buildings burned and gutted, and many businesses looted. The authorities in Kazakhstan said that nearly 8,000 people were detained by police during protests that descended into […]

Kazakhstan crisis heightens instability in Central Asia

The political crisis in Kazakhstan, which began on January 2 with mass protests against gas price hikes, has become a focal point of geopolitical and social tensions across Central Asia. With the support of the Kremlin, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev’s government has cracked down on the protests with extraordinary violence, turning the country’s largest city, Almaty, into a […]

Kazakhstan’s Security was Undermined by Outside Forces

Numerous publications that discuss the situation in Kazakhstan in recent days testify with increasing clarity that those events were sparked by outside forces. Doesn’t the terrorist assault with two law enforcement officers getting decapitated on January 6 in Almaty resemble the recent attacks of DAESH (banned in the Russian Federation) terrorists in Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan? And […]

Kazakhstan arrests spy chief for treason as rift inside government widens

IN A SIGN OF WIDENING disagreements within the government of Kazakhstan, the once supremely powerful head of the country’s internal intelligence agency has been fired. He was subsequently arrested by his own agency for alleged treasonable acts. Karim Masimov (or Massimov) served twice as prime minister of Kazakhstan under his political mentor, former President Nursultan […]

Mysteries Of The Failed Rebellion In Kazakhstan

It is still a mystery what forces exactly are behind the rebellion in Kazakhstan. While I had presumed that it was a CIA operation it may have been outsourced to Britain’s MI6. There are also still other possibilities. The action seen over the last few days smelled strongly of a color revolution as typically instigated by […]

Kazakhstan Detains Former Security Chief for Treason

Posted on January 8, 2022 by martyrashrakat Jan 9 2022 By Staff, Agencies The former head of Kazakhstan’s domestic intelligence agency has been detained on suspicion of high treason after he was fired amid violent protests. The National Security Committee, or KNB, said in a statement on Saturday its former chief Karim Masimov – a […]

Sitrep Kazakhstan: President Tokayev addressed the nation

January 07, 2022 Source: Telegram ColonelCassad Channel (Boris Rozhin) Tokayev addressed the nation and called what is happening now in the country an anti-terrorist operation. Kazakhstan is undergoing an anti-terrorist operation An anti-terrorist operation is underway in our country. The police, National Guard and army are all carrying out an extensive and coordinated work to […]

Iran hopes calm will return to Kazakhstan

TEHRAN— Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh reacted to the recent unrest in Kazakhstan, expressing hope that tranquility will return to the Eurasian country. In response to a question by journalists regarding the latest situation in Kazakhstan, Saeed Khatibzadeh said that as Tehran has reiterated time and again, stability and security of Kazakhstan is of […]

Riot, Arson, Killings In Kazakhstan: Foreign Spy Agencies Behind, Claims Serbian President

Riots flared up in several cities of Kazakhstan on January 2. Later they erupted in other cities, including in Almaty, the largest city in the country, and on January 5, the riots snowballed into mass riots and violence, along with looting and attacks on state buildings. The rioters beheaded 2 police officers. At least 18 […]

Kazakhstan crisis: Police told to ‘shoot to kill without warning’ to end unrest, says president

Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said on Friday he was authorising law enforcement agencies to open fire “without warning” to end chaotic riots in the country. “I have given the order to shoot to kill without warning,” Tokayev said in a televised address, adding that “terrorists continue to damage property and use weapons against citizens”. He […]

Russian-Led Security Bloc Sending Peacekeepers To Kazakhstan

Above Photo: Kazakh law enforcement officers are seen on a barricade during a protest in Almaty, Kazakhstan January 5, 2022. Pavel Mikheyev, Reuters. NOTE: Ben Norton of The Grayzone reports: This group promoting the protests in Kazakhstan, NetBlocks, is not a neutral “internet freedom” group; it’s a US government-backed operation funded by the US govt’s […]

Russia-led Bloc Approves ’Peacekeeping Deployment’ In Kazakhstan

Jan 06 2022 By Staff, Agencies A “peacekeeping” force will be deployed for a ‘limited’ period of time to stabilize the situation in Kazakhstan, the chairman of the Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organization [CSTO], Nikol Pashinyan, has announced. “In response to the appeal by [President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev] and considering the threat to the national security […]

U.S. & E.U. Can’t Grab Ukraine Without a Fight . . . So They’re Overthrowing Government of Kazakhstan

In their seemingly never-ending quest to be able to position first-strike missiles around Russia, the US & EU tried to grab Ukraine, but realize they cannot without war from Russia; so now they’re overthrowing the government in nearby Kazakhstan! Within the past 72 hours, all sorts of civil disobedience have suddenly arisen, with sudden and […]

Anti-Government riots turn very violent Kazakhstan as Cops end up being Beheaded

    The death toll among the security forces during the unrest in Almaty has reportedly reached 13. At least two law enforcement personnel have been beheaded during violent protests in the Kazakh city of Almaty, according to local media reports on Thursday. News of the alleged incidents was broadcast by Nur-Sultan’s state-run TV channel […]

Dozens Dead In Kazakhstan Protests That Started Over Rise In Fuel Prices

MOSCOW (AP) — Dozens of protesters were killed in Kazakhstan in attacks on government buildings and at least a dozen police officers died, including one who was found beheaded, authorities said Thursday. There were attempts to storm buildings overnight in the country’s largest city, Almaty, and “dozens of attackers were liquidated,” police spokeswoman Saltanat Azirbek […]

Moscow Declares Kazakhstan Unrest “Foreign-Inspired Attempt” Of “Armed & Trained Groups” To Overthrow State

Echoing statements this week from embattled strongman Kazakh president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, who has labeled the raging and increasingly violent fuel price hike protests and riots as “terroristic” in nature and inspired by “outside” forces, Russia has described a “foreign-inspired attempt to use armed and trained groups of people” to overthrow the legitimate government. Kazakh security […]

The U.S. Directed Rebellion in Kazakhstan May Well Strengthen Russia

In early 2019 the Pentagon financed think tank RAND published an extensive plan for soft attacks on Russia. Extending Russia: Competing from Advantageous Ground. The 200 pages long report recommended certain steps to be taken by the U.S. to contain Russia. As its summary says: Recognizing that some level of competition with Russia is inevitable, […]

Russian paratroopers arrive in Kazakhstan as unrest continues

Russian paratroopers have arrived in Kazakhstan as part of a “peacekeeping” mission by a Moscow-led military alliance to help the president regain control of the country, according to Russian news agencies. Kazakhstan’s president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, asked for the intervention from the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) – an alliance made up of Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and […]

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