According to Nightingale, the Kremlin dictator ordered Tokaev to “prepare gifts”.
Russian dictator Putin spent the weekend commenting obscenely on the incident with President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, which took place at the economic forum in St. Petersburg.
He writes about this in Telegrams Russian political scientist and columnist Valery Solovey.
“From Friday evening and the next two days, Tokayev’s speech at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) was constantly discussed by the President of Russia with interlocutors in various formats. Putin was literally furious and tried to understand why he deserved “such humiliations” from the guest. The main Putin sent reproach precisely in the direction of the “eastern origin” of the President of Kazakhstan, where, according to Putin himself, the guest should honor traditions and not allow expressions that humiliate the host,” Nightingale said.
According to him, Putin “was deeply offended” and ordered on Sunday to “prepare gifts” for Tokayev.
“So far, nothing serious and concrete has been formulated, but the order was given to the Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Nikolai Patrushev and in the foreseeable future will definitely concern the northern territories of Kazakhstan, this is how the main direction was understood. Plus, the citizens of Kazakhstan who are on the territory of Russia should be vigilant, as well as business with Kazakh investments, there are no clear orders yet, but proposals from competent comrades from the president’s entourage are coming in. With the president’s full-time support, his entourage, behind his back, started talking about the loss of key allies in the foreign arena,” the message says.
What preceded this
June 17, the head of Kazakhstan (part of the CSTO) Kassym-Jomart Tokayev refused to acknowledge “independence” of controlled The Kremlin “LDNR”, calling the “republics” “quasi-state territories”. In addition, Tokaev abandoned the Russian order.
He also criticized the statement that Russia allegedly “saved” Kazakhstan during the winter protests in the country. According to Tokayev, this was not done by the Russian Federation, but by the CSTO. Tokaev’s words angered Putin’s ally, the head of Chechnya, Kadyrov.