Kazakhstan to talk with Moscow about latest influx of Russians to nation
(MENAFN) Kazakhstan will discuss the recent influx of Russian citizens to the country with Moscow, the country's president said Tuesday.
“The majority of them are forced to leave their country due to the present no way out situation. We have to take care of them and provide security. It is a political and humanitarian issue. I have charged the Government to take necessary measures,” state-run Kazinform news agency recited leader Kassym-Jomart Tokayev as stating.
He also mentioned that “Those who arrived will get help but no preferences. All the work should be conducted in conformity with the law and our obligations.”
Interior Minister Marat Akhmetzhanov underlined “If it is a criminal offense on the part of Russia or on our side, extradition will be carried out within the framework of the Minsk Convention and within the framework of legal assistance approved by our parliaments.”
Adding that “It is not about mobilization. I am not talking about mobilization, but about registered, sanctioned criminal offenses and internationally wanted criminals. If military commissariats search, this is not a legal basis for their extradition."
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