Turkish Airlines to take away workers from Kazakhstan

Turkey’s nationwide airline will fly its workers out of Kazakhstan quickly.

Turkish Airlines plane will depart Istanbul tonight for the Kazakh capital Astana. It carry Turkish Airline workers and workers of different Turkish airways again to Turkey tomorrow, the official Anadolu Agency reported.

The staff are stranded because of the unrest in Kazakhstan, the place protests over rising gas costs have led to anti-government riots and violent repression from safety forces. Protesters took management of the nation’s international airport in Almaty earlier this week.

The Turkish Airlines flight should receive “necessary permits” earlier than it takes off, in response to Anadolu. It is unclear whether or not these permits would come from the Kazakh authorities or the protesters on the airport.

Turkey is an ally of Kazakhstan. Turkey’s parliament speaker Mustafa Sentop known as for “peace and stability” within the nation yesterday in response to the current occasions. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu additionally mentioned the scenario in Kazakhstan along with his Russian and Azerbaijani counterparts.


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