In the coming hours: Russia and Belarus are ready to send troops to Kazakhstan

The CSTO forces can already start deploying on the territory of Kazakhstan.A peacekeeping mission is ready to be sent to Kazakhstan / photo: REUTERSA peacekeeping mission is ready to be sent to Kazakhstan / photo: REUTERS

Russia and Belarus have already announced their readiness to send their fighters to Kazakhstan as part of the CSTO peacekeeping mission .

This was reported in the Telegram channel ” Military Observer “.

“It is reported that units of the 45th Airborne Regiment and servicemen of the Senezh Center of the Russian Armed Forces, as well as soldiers of the 103rd Airborne Division of the Belarusian Armed Forces, are ready to dispatch to Kazakhstan within the framework of the CSTO peacekeeping mission,” the channel’s post says.

The network notes that in the next few hours the CSTO forces should start deploying in Kazakhstan.

Let us remind you that today the CSTO Collective Security Council  made a decision to send the collective peacekeeping forces of the organization to Kazakhstan.

Earlier, the President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev,  supported the  proposal to introduce the troops of the Collective Security Treaty Organization into the country. 

The CSTO includes Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Russia.

Today President Tokayev has already  held  an emergency telephone conversation with Alexander Lukashenko. Lukashenko himself discussed the situation in Kazakhstan with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Protests in Kazakhstan

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 president’s resignation and oppose corruption. During the rallies, law enforcement officers use force against the protesters, hundreds of people are detained.

In connection with the protests, the country’s President Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev accepted the resignation of the government. He decided to transfer the interim duties of prime minister to Alikhan Smailov.

In the capital of the country Nur-Sultan, the city of Almaty, Almaty and Mangistau regions, a state of emergency was introduced from  January 5 to 19  . An anti-terrorist operation has also begun  in Almaty  .

(C)UNIAN 2022

6 comments

    • While its all hands on deck to Kazakhstan, I hope the real president of Belarus will return and fight Lukashenko. And a move in Moldova to remove the ruSSian occupiers in Transdnistria. And a rebellion in the C.A.R. And some sniping and drones in the Donbas. And mining the waters around Kaliningrad. And the Georgians taking back their occupied territories. And Biden sending a couple dozen Warthogs to Sevastopol and keep Vladolf busy for a while.

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      • This is from the Moscow Times. For a country that has Russia on one border, and China on another border, which country is he referring to I wonder?

        “Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said in an address to the nation early Thursday that he had appealed to the Russia-led Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO), which includes five other ex-Soviet states, to combat what he called “terrorist groups” that had “received extensive training abroad.”

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  1. What better time than now for the people of mafia land and small mafia land to rise up again against their parasitic oppressors? Moldova too, should get rid of its trash in Transnistria and Ukraine could simultaneously attack mafia positions. To add to mafia headache, we and the UK should send navy task forces into the Black Sea and Sea of Azov and send in more military into Poland and the Baltic States. Finland and Sweden should apply for NATO membership immediately.

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