Foreign Ministry published recommendations to Russians in Kazakhstan

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs recommended that Russian citizens in & nbsp; Kazakhstan be careful against the background of unrest in & nbsp; the country. This is stated in & nbsp; a message published in the & nbsp; Telegram-channel of the Foreign Ministry.

“ We recommend that Russian citizens be careful, refrain from & nbsp; visiting crowded places, stay in & nbsp; hotels/places of stay, follow behind & nbsp; messages from foreign missions and & nbsp; Russian Foreign Ministry & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; said in the & nbsp; message.

Earlier, the & nbsp; Russian Foreign Ministry reported that & nbsp; the situation around the & nbsp; diplomatic and & nbsp; consular missions remains calm, there is no information about & nbsp; victims among Russian citizens in & nbsp; Kazakhstan.

There is no information yet how many Russian citizens can be on the & nbsp; territory of Kazakhstan. As the executive director of ATOR, Maya Lomidze, told RBC, there is no & nbsp; latest information from clients of tour operators in Kazakhstan. “ Perhaps there are independent tourists there. However, unfortunately, we & nbsp; do not & nbsp; have even approximate figures & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; she said.

In the evening of January 5 & nbsp; on the whole territory of Kazakhstan, a state of emergency was introduced. It & nbsp; provides for restrictions on & nbsp; movement, a ban on & nbsp; mass gatherings and & nbsp; strikes, and & nbsp; also allows law enforcement officers to conduct personal searches of citizens and & nbsp; inspect cars.

Protests in & nbsp; Kazakhstan continue for the fourth day. The reason was the sharp rise in prices for & nbsp; liquefied gas. The protests began in the & nbsp; west of the country and & nbsp; covered most regions. In & nbsp; Alma-Ata, the crowd seized the building of the regional administration, the residence of the president.



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