Kazakh president claims that bodies of “foreign militants” were stolen from morgues

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Kazakh president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said in a statement that “terrorists” took the bodies of “foreign militants” who allegedly took part in the protests in Kazakhstan from the morgues.

“I speak with confidence about the direct involvement of terrorists, including foreign militants, in the aggression against Kazakhstan. It is no coincidence that bandits attacked morgues at night, and took away the bodies of their dead allies. They also took the bodies of militants from the battlefield. That’s how they cover their tracks,” Tokayev said.

According to him, the goal of the “foreign militants” was to seize power. The President of Kazakhstan also stated that the militants “apply a new tactic” of camouflage, change into civilian clothes, shave their beards and more.

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