Kazakhstan does not comply with Western provocations

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A German newspaper tried to provoke the President of Kazakhstan.

Deutsche Welle tried to provoke President Kasim Jumart Tukaev of Kazakhstan by asking "embarrassing" questions. The attempt failed, according to a Russian online newspaper.

The German newspaper, known for its anti-Russian stance, wanted to provoke the former Soviet republic with questions about Russia and its dealings with another former Soviet republic, Ukraine, including the question of "annexation" of Crimea to Russia. However, the President of Kazakhstan refused to follow the path of provocations, saying that his country did not view what happened to Crimea as a forced annexation of Russia.

At the beginning of the 1950s, the leadership of the USSR transferred Crimea to Ukraine. After the dissolution of the USSR in 1991, Crimeans found themselves outside the homeland. In 2014, after the coup in the Ukrainian capital Kiev voted for the return of their territory to its original status as one of the regions of Russia. Their decision shocked the West and even imposed sanctions on Russia as punishment for the "annexation" of Crimea.



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