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OTSC forces completely withdrew from Kazakhstan


OTSC forces completely withdrew from Kazakhstan

Nur-sultan, Jan 19 (Prensa Latina) The Ministery of Denfense of Kazakhstan reported today that the peacekeeping contingent of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) was completely withdrawn from the national territory.
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According to the head of the International Cooperation Department, Olzhas Khusainov, the last airplanes with personnel and equipment took off from the ariport in the city of Almaty and pointed out that at present there are no military personnel from foreign States in the country.

He recalled that those forces from the group of former Soviet countries (Armenia, Belarus, Russia, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan) were deployed in the Central Asian nation to stabilize the situation in face of the riots that occured in the country in recent days.

The state of emergency in the whole territory of Kazakhstan concluded on Wednesday, so the country is returning to normal, pointed out the spokesman of the Kazakh presidency, Berik Uali.

With this decision, the implementation of this measure ended in this capital and in Almaty, the country´s largest city, as well as the homonymous region, Atyrau, Zhambyl, Kyzylorda and Manguistau, posted the official on his Facebook page.

Kazakh President Kasym-Zhomart Tokayev lifted the state of emergency in the other regions of the Central Asian nation ahead of schedule.

This removes curfews and other temporary restrictions imposed during the measure, Uali said.


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