Kazakhstan’s president says order restored after ‘coup attempt’

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Order has been restored in Kazakhstan, says President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, in comments to a meeting of a Russian-led regional security alliance. “Complete order has been restored in Kazakhstan. Threats to the country’s security have been averted,” Tokayev told a video meeting of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), adding that what he described as an anti-terrorist operation would soon be completed. Tokayev called the unrest an “attempted coup” seeking to seize power, but did not provide further details. He also said there had been planned and coordinated attacks on the buildi…

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