President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev promised to propose a plan of reforms and concrete steps for their implementation.
In his January 7 address, Tokayev stated that Kazakhstan would become a “strong state.” To achieve these goals, he said, he will propose a reform plan and concrete measures to implement it.
Tokayev also thanked Russian leader Vladimir Putin in his speech for his prompt response to the request to bring in peacekeepers. The head of Kazakhstan said that 20 thousand bandits attacked Alma-Ata.
We will remind, on January 2, in Kazakhstan, began mass protests against the sharp increase in prices for liquefied gas., Which continue to this day.