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There will be a direct clash: in Russia they named the reason for the invasion to Kazakhstan (video)

According to propagandist Yevgeny Satanovsky, a military conflict with Kazakhstan is inevitable.

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Russian political scientist and orientalist Yevgeny Satanovsky claims that the United States of America has placed biological laboratories on the territory of Kazakhstan. He stated this on the air of the TV program “Evening with Vladimir Solovyov”.

Satanovsky also believes that American military biological laboratories are located in Ukraine. In his opinion, scientists from Britain and Germany worked in them. The propagandist urged his listeners not to forget that similar places exist in Kazakhstan.

The expert noted that he used to think the statements about biolaboratories in Kazakhstan seemed ridiculous to him, but now he knows about at least two. He also stated that the presence of these objects on the territory of Kazakhstan could cause a military clash.

I then laughed all over this topic. Well, it can't be. Kazakhstan and America, how? But in Ukraine they are, there are two in Kazakhstan. Therefore, there will certainly be a direct clash,” Yevgeny Satanovsky concluded.

The speakers argued their words by the fact that a large number of “Russians” live in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The propagandists mentioned that there is also nuclear fuel for “Rosatom”.

More Focuswrote that on December 12, a former employee of the federal security service of the Russian Federation, Major Mikhail Zhilin, was arrested in Kazakhstan. According to journalists, the man tried to avoid mobilization.< /p>

We also reported that protests broke out in the capital of Kazakhstan after the inauguration of President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. After the re-election, the politician received a mandate for seven years.