"Recognition of Crimea became a condition of Russia's assistance to Kazakhstan" - Turkish press

Russia put forward certain conditions to Kazakhstan in exchange for helping to suppress the mass protests raging there. On January 6, the Turkish Islamist and conservative newspaper Yeni Akit, which adheres to ultra-right views, writes about this.

The protests began on January 2 in western Kazakhstan and spread across the country amid severe increases in the price of liquefied gas for vehicles. The country's government resigned and the authorities promised to reconsider the pricing issue, but this did not stop the protesters, after which the country began to slide into chaos, the newspaper notes.

The President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, said that he turned to the CSTO countries for help to overcome the terrorist threat, preserve the country's integrity, restore order and ensure security. In addition to Kazakhstan, this organization includes: Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. After that, details emerged of what the Russian Federation demanded from Kazakhstan.

The conditions included four points: recognition of the annexation of Crimea, restoration of the Russian language as a second official language, granting Russia military bases and autonomy for Russian minorities

- approved in the publication.

The publication summed up that a state of emergency has now been introduced in Kazakhstan and clashes between protesters and security officials are taking place.

Note that, according to various Turkish media outlets, the above newspaper is closely related to the incumbent President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the ruling Justice and Development Party. Taking into account the ideological component of this publication, it can be assumed that it can come up with any kind of "sensation" or provocation in relation to Russia. In the same way, "Ukrainian patriots" and other Russophobes and anti-Sovietists of any country and nationality act in relation to Moscow.

We remind you that the militarypolitical the leadership of the Russian Federation did not make any official statements on this matter. Moreover, there were no even “leaks” in the media from the Russian side.
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  1. KENTEK Offline KENTEK
    KENTEK (Sergei) 6 January 2022 20: 58
    Why does Russia need recognition of Crimea from Kazakhstan? To equate Turkish ehperts with Ukrainian and British.
    1. mark1 Offline mark1
      mark1 6 January 2022 21: 24
      If we take the Turkish information for the truth, then the recognition of Crimea will slightly (maybe a lot) alienate the Turks from Kazakhstan, and the demands on the other two points are completely fair and natural, they would have been put forward to the Kazakhs sooner or later anyway.
      1. gorskova.ir Offline gorskova.ir
        gorskova.ir (Irina Gorskova) 7 January 2022 17: 43
        This is just a fake, not something worthwhile. Russia is not so weak as to help its own people, not paying attention even to the "exceptional", not to mention some kind of Islamist-conservative ...
    2. Baltika3 Online Baltika3
      Baltika3 (Baltika3) 7 January 2022 03: 20
      Why does Russia need recognition of Crimea from Kazakhstan? --- why, because everyone in the world does not care about the opinion of his uncle, who is, as it were, in charge there. But why dear friend China for almost 8 years has not recognized - this is the question.
  2. Alsur Offline Alsur
    Alsur (Alexey) 6 January 2022 21: 19
    Yes, this is an attempt to rekindle the extinguished fire of the uprising. Turkey is an interested person in this situation, directly involved in organizing this revolution. There are always stuffing that can affect the emotional state of the people of the country that is being influenced. According to the Turks, the Kazakhs should be outraged that Kazakhstan is losing its sovereignty and take to the streets. You might think the Turkish press receives information from the primary source about the relationship between Russia and Kazakhstan online.
    1. ustal51 Offline ustal51
      ustal51 (Alexander) 7 January 2022 08: 30
      This is how Taiwan will return to its native harbor, and they will recognize ...
  3. Ulysses Offline Ulysses
    Ulysses (Alexey) 6 January 2022 21: 25
    On January 6, the Turkish Islamist and conservative newspaper Yeni Akit, which adheres to ultra-right views, writes about this.

    Is the editorial board ready to spread all the far-right Turkish Islamists here?
    Then don't be surprised ..
  4. tulip Offline tulip
    tulip 6 January 2022 21: 47
    why does Russia need recognition of Crimea by Kazakhstan?))) If you have something from Kazakhstan, then certainly not recognition of Crimea
  5. Rusa Offline Rusa
    Rusa 6 January 2022 22: 02
    False Turkish propaganda, however. )
    Now many Russophobic media outlets will warm their hands on the events in Kazakhstan in order to annoy the Russian Federation and its allies.
  6. NikolayN Offline NikolayN
    NikolayN (Nikolai) 6 January 2022 23: 33
    And who said that this is not possible in Turkey. As in Kazakhstan. Wait and see.

    Recognition of Turkey as a party to the conflict
    the media and telegram channels discuss information that the riots in Kazakhstan are actively supported by local crime bosses.
    In particular, by Arman Dzhumageldiev, nicknamed "Wild Arman". He personally lit up at the protests.
    it was patronized by the Turkish special services, which were interested in promoting pan-Turkist sentiments in Kazakhstan, including through the hands of local "shadow" authorities.
    1. tulip Offline tulip
      tulip 7 January 2022 10: 49
      it was an open secret)))
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