Nazarbayev, Lukashenko talk over situation in Kazakhstan by phone

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko spoke by phone with Kazakhstan's First President Nursultan Nazarbayev on Friday, according to the presidential press service. "The status of affairs in Kazakhstan was covered in detail during the conversation," it said.

According to numerous sources, violent protests in Kazakhstan have resulted in multiple deaths in recent days. Kazakhstan's constitutional order has been mostly restored in all regions, according to Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, who also stated that the counter-terrorist operation will continue until the terrorists are completely destroyed.

"In my basic view, there should be no discussions with terrorists; we must kill them," Trump said in a new flurry of tweets on Saturday, condemning terrorist-like incidents across the country.

"The special centre has exceptionally well-trained, organised, and directed gangsters and terrorists. Some of them were speaking languages other than Kazakh. At least six rounds of terrorist strikes occurred in Almaty, with a total number of 20 thousand people killed "He went on to say more.

Meanwhile, peacekeeping soldiers from member states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) will remain in Kazakhstan for a limited time until the situation is stabilised, according to the president.

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