Protesters in the Kazakh city of Aktau began to disperse from the central square, Khabar 24 TV channel reported.
There are many people in the square so far, but activists are calling on the protesters to go home.
It is noted that the situation in the city is difficult. The Internet and mobile communications hardly work, many shops and supermarkets are closed.
Let us remind you that the protests against fuel prices, which began on January 2, escalated into riots throughout Kazakhstan. The country has a state of emergency.
On the eve of the country’s President Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev accepted the resignation of the government. He also instructed to introduce state regulation of fuel prices.