Russia suggests hyperlink between Kazakhstan disaster & US Afghanistan withdrawal

Terrorists flourished in Central Asia after American troops left, Russia’s consultant to the US insisted

Last week’s disturbances in Kazakhstan have been fuelled by the US resolution to withdraw from Afghanistan, permitting “jihadists” to try to undermine constitutional order in Kazakhstan, Russia’s ambassador in Washington has claimed.

According to Anatoly Antonov, the nation has been overrun by “radicals manifesting dehumanizing ideologies.”

“Thousands of jihadists and marauders tried to ‘undermine”’ the constitutional order. They use weapons in opposition to civilians,” he mentioned on Monday. “They keep on inflicting damage to public and private property. I’d like to note that all this is happening after the American escape from Afghanistan and the rapid development of extremist ideas in the region.”

The ambassador additionally dubbed the protests an tried “color revolution,” assisted by “terrorists,” in addition to “thugs and robbers.”

“The practice of pacifying bandits who attack law enforcement officers, medical workers, and firefighters is unacceptable. How can you negotiate with people decapitating policemen?! Any talks with terrorists only encourage them to commit even more crimes,” he continued. Kazakh officers have alleged some legislation enforcement personnel have been beheaded, however no proof has emerged to again up the assertion. 

Protests in Kazakhstan started early final week when massive teams of primarily peaceable protestors took to the streets to protest the removing of value controls on liquified petroleum gasoline, a gas that many use to energy their vehicles. According to Kazakh officers, these demonstrations have been hijacked by terrorists and arranged crime teams, which took to the streets with weapons and attacked legislation enforcement officers.

The American army withdrew from Afghanistan final yr after US President Joe Biden introduced that troops would withdraw from the nation at full power by the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 assault. Following the US withdrawal, the nation’s NATO allies additionally began to depart the nation. 

This led to the Taliban, a terrorist group banned in Russia, occupying the presidential palace and declaring that it had siezed energy. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled overseas.

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