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Kazakhstan, President Tokayev: “Russian troops away within ten days”. And appoints a new premier

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The “peace” troops sent by Moscow to “stabilize” the situation in Kazakhstan after the popular uprisings of recent days will begin to leave the country “within two days” and the completion of the withdrawal will take place within 10 days at the latest. The Kazakh president, Kassim-Jomart Tokayev, said this in front of parliament, saying that “the main mission of the peacekeepers was successfully completed”.

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