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The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez, tweeted emphasizing that these events were instigated from abroad to subvert the internal order and destabilize the constitutional government of the country.
The Cuban Foreign Ministry condemned the recent acts of violence in Kazakhstan and expressed its solidarity with the Government of the country, as reported on social networks.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cuba, Bruno Rodríguez, tweeted emphasizing that these events were instigated from abroad to subvert the internal order and destabilize the constitutional government of the country, which has remained friendly with the passage of time.
The Russian Foreign Ministry also stated that it views the recent events in Kazakhstan as an externally conceived attempt to violently undermine the security and integrity of the Asian nation.
The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) that is funded primarily by the U.S. Congress and is accused of acting as one of the CIA's offshoots has spent $1.022.991 in Kazakhstan in 2020 alone on projects related to "democracy, human rights, rule of law and journalism". Thread ���� pic.twitter.com/r7ooq3sIR6
The demonstrations began on January 2nd in the southwestern cities of Zhanaozen and Aktau, where residents protested against rising prices for liquefied natural gas.
Two days later there were riots and clashes with the police in Almaty and other Kazakh cities, with reports of deaths and injuries, in addition to extensive damage to public buildings and companies and numerous acts of vandalism.