US exhibiting ‘Cold War’ mentality with Kazakhstan – Moscow

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America’s high diplomat has come underneath hearth by Moscow for his feedback in regards to the former Soviet Republic

Remarks from the US secretary of state on the disaster unfolding in Kazakhstan are paying homage to rhetoric from the Cold War period, a high Russian parliamentarian has stated as Nur-Sultan grapples with outbreaks of road violence.

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In a press release issued on Monday, the chairman of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs, Leonid Slutsky, accused Washington of “seeing ghosts of the USSR” within the occasions.

He slammed US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s requires Nur-Sultan to elucidate the necessity to contain the Moscow-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) to stabilize the state of affairs within the nation.

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Speaking to CNN, Blinken stated Washington had “real questions” about “why they felt compelled to call in this organization that Russia dominates,” and demanded clarification on the matter.

“According to Blinken, Kazakhstan’s leadership should have peacefully and unassisted, or, even better, with their bare hands, came out against the armed gangs of militants,” Slutsky stated.

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He additionally hit out on the American official’s latest accusations that Russian President Vladimir Putin is eyeing up re-exerting “a sphere of influence over countries that previously were part of the Soviet Union.”

“Scaremongering about ‘Re-sovietization’ will not help to take revenge on attempts to build a unipolar world,” he stated. “Fewer and fewer people believe in the myth of ‘American exceptionalism’ in today’s realities, and such statements increasingly resemble the rhetoric of the Cold War and bloc confrontation.”

Slutsky’s remarks got here shortly after the CSTO agreed to ship troops to assist preserve safety in Kazakhstan, after massive teams of largely peaceable demonstrators descended on the streets final week to decry a pointy rise within the worth of liquified petroleum fuel (LPG), utilized by many to gasoline their vehicles.

Kazakh officers, nevertheless, have claimed that terrorists and arranged crime teams jumped on the unrest, taking to the streets and attacking legislation enforcement with weapons.

In a speech to the CSTO on Monday, Putin stated the state of affairs within the nation was already stabilizing. He added that troops from Russia, Belarus, and various different former Soviet Republics would solely be stationed on Kazakh territory for a restricted interval, and can be withdrawn as soon as their main goals had been met.

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