An earlier violence erupted in Kazakhstan as Police in the main city, Almaty killed dozens of protesters. Subscribe to Our Newsletter and Follow Delphnews Media on Facebook for Breaking News.
As Fresh gunshots were tore down Kazakhstan’s Largest City, the President of the Country Kassym-Jomart Tokayev says that order has been largely restored after days of anti-government demonstrations and a violent crackdown.
According to reports, gunfire was heard near the main square of Almaty, the epicenter of the protest sparked by a field prize hike.
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The Interior Minister says 26 armed criminals and 18 Police officers have been killed in days of unrest.
Meanwhile, Russia-led troops arrived the Country. At the President’s request, Internet is down and little information is coming through.
Our Source reveals that armored personal carriers and troops were seen at the Almaty Main Square on Friday.
The Interior Ministry reveals that more than 3000 people have been arrested and local media say that 72 checkpoints have been setup across the country.
In a Statement on Friday, the President of Kazakhstan said that constitutional order had been largely restored in all regions of the country and that local authorities are in control of the situation.