At the same time, Moldovan citizens in Kazakhstan are advised to avoid mass rallies,
In case of need, compatriots facing difficulties are asked to call the emergency line of the Embassy of the Republic of Moldova in Moscow, accredited by cumulation in Kazakhstan, phone number: +7 929 964 9079 or email: moscow @ mfa .gov.md.
According to MFAEI estimates, more than 21,000 people from the Republic of Moldova live in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Residents of several cities in Kazakhstan staged protests on January 2, with several demands related to corruption, lack of jobs, low wages and rising prices, including a sharp rise in the price of liquefied gas. Clashes with police were also reported. On January 5, hundreds of protesters, some armed with sticks and shields, stormed Kazakhstan’s largest city hall, Almaty, and police were unable to stop if they fired tear gas, stun grenades and bullets at them. of rubber.
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