Kazakhstan Stands Firm Against Terrorism, Extends Support to Russia
Kazakhstan Stands Firm Against Terrorism, Extends Support to Russia

Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has strongly condemned the recent terrorist assault on civilians in Moscow, which took place at the Crocus City Hall on March 22. Kazakhstan, a close ally of Russia, stands firmly in solidarity.

President Tokayev stressed that terrorism, in any shape or form, is unjustifiable. He called upon all United Nations members to unite against such violent acts targeting innocent people, expressing deep condolences to President Vladimir Putin.

At a Kazakh Security Council meeting on March 23, President Tokayev reaffirmed Kazakhstan's unwavering support for Russia in combating terrorism. He assured Russian law enforcement agencies of Kazakhstan's readiness to assist in any necessary capacity.

The Security Council session focused on evaluating strategies and coordination among law enforcement agencies and local authorities in handling crises effectively.

President Tokayev issued directives to strengthen measures ensuring the safety of Kazakhstan's citizens. He underscored the significance of collaborating with other nations and international bodies to effectively combat terrorism.

Counterterrorism efforts will be a key agenda item at SCO meetings during Kazakhstan's presidency. It's noteworthy that India and Kazakhstan maintain a robust security partnership.

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