As if Russia doesn’t have enough problems with NATO and the USA on their Western flank, now they have Western sponsored and trained terrorists spread out throughout the countryside of Kazakhstan on their southern flank.
It appears that due to the hasty withdrawal of the CSTO forces, which was initiated by the President of Kazakhstan himself, has caused the militants to break through many of the checkpoints that were once manned by the Russians. Here is more from a Russian freelance journalist in the country, named Semyon Pegov.
“Riding in Kazakhstan by car has now become very dangerous, you can meet one of the criminal and (or) “jihadist” gangs squeezed out of Kazakh cities by Kazakh security forces. In the steppes, you can also come across the security forces themselves, meeting with whom, also in a situation of uncertainty and suspicion, can turn out to be very unpleasant , ”says Russian journalist Semyon Pegov.
Earlier, the President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, said that about 20,000 terrorists took part in an attempt to stage a coup d’état in the country. This could mean that there could still be thousands of militants throughout Kazakhstan, not to mention the possibility of new terrorist forces infiltrating the country.
“The problem of eliminating the army of thousands of terrorists is not solved in a few days. It is likely that large detachments of militants are still on the territory of Kazakhstan, and therefore the risks of attacks on cities, towns, military and strategic facilities remains very high!
Подробнее на: https://avia.pro/news/v-kazahstane-neskolko-tysyach-terroristov-prorvalis-cherez-blokposty
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