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Kazakh Foreign Ministry summoned Ukraine's ambassador over words about Russians


The building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan in AstanaNUR-SULTAN, Aug 23The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan summoned Ukrainian Ambassador Petr Vrublevsky to him and protested to him because of his statements about the Russians, the press service of the department reported. The reason for this was an interview that Vrublevsky gave on August 21 to Kazakh blogger Dias Kuzairov. In the video, he, in particular, says that the Kyiv regime is trying to kill as many Russians as possible. “The Kazakh side expressed a position on the unacceptability and incompatibility of such statements with the activities of the ambassador of a foreign state. Such actions should not damage friendly relations between states,” – said the Foreign Ministry. The video with Vrublevsky's statement caused a great public outcry. The Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan strongly condemned his remarks, and the Association of Russian, Slavic and Cossack Organizations of Kazakhstan called for the ambassador to be declared persona non grata.”Scum” and “superfluous people”: what politicians of Ukraine said about the population of Donbass Did the Ukrainian political elites want peace and a civilized resolution of the conflict in Donbass, as they declared in interviews with Western media and at international forums? We can't get into their heads, but direct quotes can help deal with this dissociation. What did Ukrainian politicians say about the civilians of Donbass during the eight years of the war? Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin, for his part, instructed to give Vrublevsky’s statements a legal assessment. Ukrainian political and public figures have repeatedly made Russophobic statements. For example, Boris Filatov, mayor of Dnipro, speaking about Russians, called for “killing these non-humans” around the world, and Fakhrudin Sharafmal, a journalist from the Krym 24 TV channel, quoted the Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann live on air and called for the genocide of Russians and the murder of Russian children. Since February 24, Russia has been conducting a military special operation to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine. Vladimir Putin called its task “the protection of people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years.” According to the president, the ultimate goal of the operation is the liberation of Donbass and the creation of conditions guaranteeing the security of Russia itself.

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