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The first plane landed in a Kazakh city

Sources revealed today, Thursday, that the first civilian plane has landed at Alma-Ata airport since the start of the wave of unrest and riots in Kazakhstan in early January, noting that the air port is supervised by paramilitary units.
Alma-Ata Earlier, the Kazakh authorities announced the resumption of work at Alma-Ata International Airport, the largest airport in Kazakhstan.
The Kazakh Civil Aviation Authority said, in a statement issued on Wednesday: “Alma-Ata International Airport will resume its work as of January 13, 2022, and according to preliminary information from the airport administration, domestic and international flights will operate from 08:00 to 21:00 according to the airline’s flight schedule.” .
On the night of January 6, Alma-Anna Airport, built in 1935, was attacked during mass riots, with rioters destroying the air port and smashing the windows of cafes, shops and ticket points.
Since the beginning of January, Kazakhstan has witnessed massive demonstrations, accompanied by widespread violence, and protests from the cities of Zhanauzin and Aktau against the double-dip of liquefied gas prices.
Demonstrations also spread to other regions of the country, including Alma-Ata, the largest city in Kazakhstan, while widespread bloody armed clashes erupted, killing tens of people and wounding thousands, including among protesters and security forces.
In light of these developments, the President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, announced the dismissal of the government and its chairmanship of the National Security Council and the imposition of a state of emergency nationwide. He also issued an official invitation to the Collective Security Treaty Organization to send a peacekeeping mission to Kazakhstan to help establish security in it.
On January 7, Tokayev said that constitutional order has been basically restored in all regions of the country, and the local authorities are in control of the situation, noting that Kazakhstan has been subjected to aggression by “terrorists trained abroad.”

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