January 6, 2022

Internet operation restored in Nur-Sultan

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Plot Protests in Kazakhstan amid rising gas prices

In the capital of Kazakhstan, Nur-Sultan, access to the Internet was resumed today at 17.00 (14.00 Moscow time), RIA Novosti reports.

Previously, it was temporarily restricted due to the introduction of a state of emergency. Access to the network was lost on the night of January 6.

Telephone communications in Kazakhstan worked intermittently.

Since January 2, there have been massive protests in the country against the rise in prices for liquefied gas. In different cities of the republic, riots are observed on the streets, there are dead and injured, cases of looting have been recorded.

Earlier today it was reported that Aktobe airport was freed from the invaders. At the same time, the entry of foreign citizens into Kazakhstan is temporarily suspended. Due to the state of emergency, all borders are closed.

In addition, it became known that the republic imposed marginal prices for liquefied gas and gasoline for six months and established temporary regulation of prices for diesel fuel.

Massive protests in Kazakhstan over gas prices

In Nur-Sultan (the new capital of Kazakhstan), the police disperse the protesters. © http://www.youtube.com/

In Alma-Ata (the former capital of Kazakhstan), protesters march. Social networks and messengers do not work in the city. © YouTube

According to reports from social networks, protesters in Uralsk and Aktobe want to spend the night in the central squares of cities. They light fires and sing. © http://www.youtube.com/

In Uralsk (North Kazakhstan), people are preparing to storm the administration. According to social media reports, a Muslim slogan is shouting in the crowd. © http://www.youtube.com/

Police and protesters prepare for clashes at Republic Square in Almaty. The screenshot of the video shows an explosion, probably a flash bang. © http://www.youtube.com/

The government commission met with the activists gathered on the Yntymak square in the city of Aktau. Official information resource of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, primeminister.kz/ru/

President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev addressed the people. He asked citizens not to succumb to provocations. Tokayev promised to take into account all legal requests and requirements. © http://www.youtube.com/

© RIA Novosti/Sputnik

© RIA Novosti/Kamshat Abdirayym

© RIA Novosti

© RIA Novosti/Sputnik

Mass protests in Kazakhstan due to gas prices

In Nur-Sultan (the new capital of Kazakhstan), the police disperse the protesters. © http://www.youtube.com/

In Alma-Ata (the former capital of Kazakhstan), protesters are marching. Social networks and messengers do not work in the city. © YouTube

According to reports from social networks, protesters in Uralsk and Aktobe want to spend the night in the central squares of cities. They light fires and sing. © http://www.youtube.com/

In Uralsk (North Kazakhstan), people are preparing to storm the administration. According to social media reports, a Muslim slogan is shouting in the crowd. © http://www.youtube.com/

Police and protesters prepare for clashes at Republic Square in Almaty. The screenshot of the video shows an explosion, probably a flash bang. © http://www.youtube.com/

The government commission met with the activists gathered on the Yntymak square in the city of Aktau. Official information resource of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan, primeminister.kz/ru/

President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev addressed the people. He asked citizens not to succumb to provocations. Tokayev promised to take into account all legal requests and requirements. © http://www.youtube.com/

© RIA Novosti/Sputnik

© RIA Novosti/Kamshat Abdirayym

© RIA Novosti

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© RIA Novosti/Sputnik

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