Turkey, Iran react to Kazakhstan unrest

The governments of Turkey and Iran each reacted to the unrest in Kazakhstan as we speak. 

The Central Asian nation is at present gripped with huge anti-government protests. Demonstrators have forcibly entered and set fireplace to authorities buildings. Security forces have shot at and killed dozens of protesters, and a few police have additionally been killed. 

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh known as for safety and stability in Kazakhstan. He expressed hope that the federal government and the individuals remedy the difficulty by “dialogue based on national interests and peaceful ways without foreign interference,” the official Islamic Republic News Agency reported. 

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu spoke along with his Azerbaijani and Russian counterparts in regards to the state of affairs in Kazakhstan as we speak, the official Anadolu Agency reported. Cavusoglu avoided commenting on developments within the nation himself. 

Turkey’s parliament speaker Mustafa Sentop was extra frank, providing his finest needs to Kazakhstan. “We believe that the state of Kazakhstan and the brotherly people of Kazakhstan will overcome these difficult days with common sense and will quickly attain peace and stability,” Sentop said on Twitter. “Turkey always stands by Kazakhstan.”

Turkey and Kazakhstan have traditionally had good relations, partly due to a shared Turkic heritage. Late final 12 months, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan hosted leaders from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan for a convention. Erdogan hoped to create an alliance of nations that talk Turkic languages. 

Kazakhstan has additionally hosted Syria peace talks in its capital metropolis, Nur-Sultan, for a number of years. 

Relatedly, plenty of Gulf airways canceled flights to Kazakhstan this week as a result of state of affairs. 


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