The State Duma declared the danger for Russians in Kazakhstan: Politics: Russia:

Today, it is dangerous for Russians in Kazakhstan to run their business and speak openly about their nationality, especially after the “well-known events” of 2014. This was stated by the first deputy chairman State Duma Committee on International Affairs Alexey Chepa, informs Wednesday 12 January NSN.

“The attitude towards Russians has greatly deteriorated during these few days after the New Year. Kazakhs – neighbors, acquaintances – turned their backs on many Russians, and only after the landing of the first CSTO plane did everything come back, ”the parliamentarian said.

He added that the multi-vector policy of the authorities of the former Soviet republic has caused a certain disorganization and instability, since Kazakhstan is afraid of its stronger neighbors – Russia and China. As a result, the deputy noted, “this led to the fact that the Russians were expelled from there.” “This suggests that our positions are weak there, and Nazarbayev made a bet on Great Britain, ”Chepa explained.

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