The last four planes with peacekeepers flew from Kazakhstan to Moscow

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The last four planes with peacekeepers and command members left Kazakhstan for Moscow. This was reported in the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. 

It is specified that the planes with the military from the CSTO forces took off from Alma-Ata and Nur-Sultan. Members of the command of the peacekeeping contingent will also return home, including Colonel-General Andrey Serdyukov. 

The ministry clarified that earlier peacekeepers from Armenia, Belarus, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan left Kazakhstan.&nbsp ;

It was previously reported that CSTO Secretary General Stanislav Zas will tell the State Duma about the results of the peacekeeping mission in Kazakhstan, as well as about the situation in the CSTO area of ​​responsibility. The meeting of the Duma with the participation of Zas will be held on January 20. 

Recall that against the backdrop of protests in Kazakhstan, the President of the Republic, Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev, turned to his CSTO partners for help. On January 6, detachments of peacekeeping forces began to arrive in the country. In total, about 2,000 servicemen took part in the mission. They were engaged in the protection of communication facilities, energy, as well as facilities responsible for the vital activity and capacity of the state. The withdrawal of peacekeepers from the republic started on January 13.


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