Belarusian troops have already entered Kazakhstan: arrived on Russian planes

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Belarusian troops have already entered Kazakhstan: they arrived on Russian planes

It is known that earlier Russian troops arrived in Kazakhstan.

Military Belarus entered Kazakhstan, engulfed in mass protests, to “suppress” clashes in the country. “Peacekeepers” arrived on the aircraft of the Russian Federation Il-76 MD.

This is reported by the Kazakh media.

According to the mass media of Kazakhstan, “peacekeepers” from the forces of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) from Belarus flew to Kazakhstan on 5 aircraft.

Earlier, the Minister of Defense of Belarus, Lieutenant General Viktor Khrenin, reported that military companies from the 103 airborne Vitebsk brigade of special operations forces were sent to Kazakhstan, which underwent the entire range of training and were prepared to perform all tasks. This special unit is staffed only by contract military personnel.

Earlier it became known that on the territory of Kazakhstan, where clashes between law enforcement officers and protesters continue for the fifth day, the first Russian units from the peacekeeping forces of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) have already arrived … According to media reports, units of the 45th separate brigade of the special forces of the Russian Airborne Forces, Ivanovo and Ulyanovsk formations of the Airborne Forces were sent to the CSTO forces.

Meanwhile, CSTO Secretary General Stanislav Zas ordered the “ peacekeepers” of the CSTO to use weapons for repelling the attack from the protesters.

Recall, in the morning of January 6, it became known that “peacekeepers” were sent to Kazakhstan from the member states of the Organization Collective Security Treaty (OKGB). However, Kyrgyzstan, a member of the CSTO member states, refused to send its military to Kazakhstan to “cleanse” the protesters.

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