“I read about the new Minister of Information of Kazakhstan Askar Umarov. I carefully read numerous quotes of the new Minister of Information Askar Umarov & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; wrote Primakov in his Telegram channel. He & nbsp; cited several quotes from Umarov, in which he & nbsp; spoke unflatteringly about & nbsp; Russians.
Rossotrudnichestvo does not maintain contacts, does not work and does not cooperate with Russophobic rubbish, which completely prevents any of our interaction with the aforementioned minister and the ministry of information headed by him in the current configuration. is engaged in political struggle, especially in & nbsp; sovereign states, and & nbsp; does not & nbsp; interfere in & nbsp; their & nbsp; affairs.
“ I believe that & nbsp; Mr. President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev is now going through a very difficult job in & nbsp; his work to restore the country's normal life, & nbsp; in which he was provided invaluable assistance by the forces of the CSTO, including & nbsp; 3000 Russian servicemen. Apparently, the appointment of Mr. Umarov & nbsp; & mdash; an example of & nbsp; what the hardest conscious compromises Mr. President has to make & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; wrote Primakov.
I respect the efforts of President Tokayev and believe that such carefully thought out and planned compromises will not be able to destroy the centuries-old fraternal friendship between our peoples, especially if Mr. Umarov publicly renounces his Nazi and chauvinist views on Russians in Kazakhstan. Yevgeny Primakov, Head of Rossotrudnichestvo
On & nbsp; Tuesday, President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev signed a decree on & nbsp; a new composition of the government of the republic, in which a number of cabinet members retained their posts, and & nbsp; some were promoted.