Regular personnel changes in Kazakhstan: Deputy Secretary of the Security Council dismissed

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 Regular personnel changes in Kazakhstan: Deputy Secretary of the Security Council has been dismissed

Tokayev after the resignation of the government took over as the sole head of the Security Council of Kazakhstan.

President of Kazakhstan Kasim-Zhomart Tokayev on January 8 dismissed from the post of Deputy Secretary of the Security Council of the country Azamat Abdymomunov, who worked in this post since 2014.

This is stated in the decree published on the website of the President of Kazakhstan.

“By order of the head of state Abdymumun Azamat Kurmanbekovich, they were dismissed from the post of Deputy Secretary of the Security Council of the Republic of Kazakhstan,” the press service of Tokayev said. p>

Azamat Abdymumunov has worked in the Security Council since 2014 as Deputy Secretary of the Security Council – head of the Security Council Secretariat. In June 2015, by order, Nursultan Nazarbayev was appointed Deputy Secretary of the Security Council.

It is also known that he was previously a freelance advisor to the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan, Vice Minister of Education and Science of the country, head of the Center for System Research of the Presidential Administration of Kazakhstan. Azamat Abdymumunov was awarded the Kurmet Order (2014) and departmental medals.

Today, January 8, the National Security Committee of Kazakhstan announced the detention of the former head of the KNB Karim Massimov . He is in a temporary detention center. The pre-trial investigation under the article on high treason continues.

By the way, against the background of protests in Kazakhstan, Tokayev dismissed the government and took over as the sole head of the Security Council, which was previously held by the ex-president Nursultan Nazarbayev.

As reported, the President of Kazakhstan, Kasim-Zhomart Tokayev, said that he gave the security forces an order to open fire to kill without warning. He stressed that “whoever does not surrender will be destroyed “.

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