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The President of Kazakhstan addressed the people with a call for prudence

Against the backdrop of protests against rising fuel prices and rallies in large cities of Kazakhstan, President Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev addressed the demonstrators with a video message on the evening of January 4. In it, he called for dialogue.

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"Dear compatriots, I again appeal to you with an appeal to show prudence and not to succumb to provocations from within and from without, the euphoria of rallies and permissiveness ..." - he said.

Tokayev called the calls to attack the offices of civilian and military departments absolutely illegal.

"This is a crime that may be punished. Power will not fall, but we do not need a conflict, but mutual trust and dialogue," the president stressed.

At present, rallies demanding a reduction in gas prices, and in some places - for improved welfare and the resignation of the government, continue, despite the fact that the government commission, which visited Aktau and Zhanozen on the afternoon of January 4, promised not to raise prices for liquefied gas.

The President of Kazakhstan addressed the people with a call for prudence