Lukashenko held urgent talks with Tokayev and Putin on the situation in Kazakhstan

The leaders of all CSTO countries are in constant contact due to the protests that have engulfed the country.Tokayev consulted with Lukashenko about the protests in Kazakhstan / Photo: BelTATokayev consulted with Lukashenko about the protests in Kazakhstan / Photo: BelTA

President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev held an emergency telephone conversation with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko. 

This was announced by the Pul Pervy telegram channel, which is close to the press service of the head of the Republic of Belarus. Lukashenko also discussed the situation in Kazakhstan with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The leaders of all CSTO (Collective Security Treaty Organization) countries are in constant contact, the message says.

At the time of writing, the press services of the presidents of Kazakhstan and Russia did not report that Putin and Tokayev discussed the crisis situation in Kazakhstan among themselves, caused by the protests that began after the new year and swept the whole country.

We will remind, earlier Tokayev introduced a state of emergency throughout Kazakhstan .

Protests in Kazakhstan – what is known at the moment

Protests have been held in Kazakhstan since January 2. People took to the streets of cities due to the rise in prices for liquefied gas. Citizens demand the resignation of the president, the government and oppose corruption. The protesters seized the former presidential residence and other administrative buildings. 

In connection with the protests, the country’s President Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev dismissed the government, and also removed Nursultan Nazarbayev from the post of chairman of the Security Council of Kazakhstan, which he had held since 1991.

Tokayev also made an appeal to the people  and said that he intends to act “as tough as possible.” The President also said that he would soon come up with “new proposals for the political transformation of Kazakhstan.”

(c)UNIAN 2021

10 comments

  1. Wow, they’ve actually seized the presidential residence, and other important government buildings! I suppose this might put enough pressure on Russia that they might find their military spread too thin for that invasion they seemed to prepare for? In any case, I’m still planning to buy a plane ticket this weekend, for flying to Kiev by November this year. There’s a lady I’ve been talking with on a foreign brides website, and I’m serious about marrying her. Not only is she damned sexy, but she’s a lawyer too!

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    • Congratulations Mac, best of luck to you too. I did the same thing (and she’s also got a law degree) but not in Kyiv, its too expensive, lol. If you need any advice you’ll find plenty of it here, most of us have Ukrainian wives too.
      I would give you a little advice though, make sure she doesn’t enjoy shopping with your money and make her sweat a little before speaking about marriage….;)
      Also, if she’s smart she will want to come live with you so she’ll need a Green Card. Be prepared for that it takes at least 2 years, a bunch of money, a few more trips to Ukraine (1 made 5 trips in 2 years) and one little mistake can get you rejected.
      On the other hand, after my wife went through the process she got to Chicago and the Border Patrol guy approved her for permanent residency on the spot. He said, “You two have been married 2 years already? Why do you need to wait?” Be nice to them 🙂

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  2. “Lukashenko held urgent talks with Tokayev and Putin on the situation in Kazakhstan”
    The urgent talk with Tokayev:
    “Contact the little pedophile in Moscow. He knows how to handle a people who want freedom. Look at me. He helped me, and I am still president. Just be sure you swallow when the pencil dick starts jerking.”
    The urgent talk with Pewtin:
    “Can you send Tokayev those storm troopers that helped me keep the stolen presidency? I will swallow again if you want…”

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    • His response sounded familiar to me too, just like it came from Putin-Lukashenko-Tokeyev…
      Everybody has to ask the Moskali Godfather what to do but when something illegal happens it had nothing to do with the Moskali Godfather of course.

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