The situation in Kazakhstan is hell - a Hungarian man who lives there told them about their suffering

The situation in Kazakhstan is hell – a Hungarian man who lives there told them about their suffering

The report reveals that Peter Sebestyen lives far from downtown with his family, but that violent protesters are already threatening their homes. Of the thousands who took to the streets, many began looting and burning.

A team of five wanted to storm the compound yesterday, but were eliminated

Peter Sebestyen told Focus. He added that there was a residential meeting recently where they were trying to prepare and collect medicines and bandages, among other things, for fear of more serious clashes.

They said that if possible, one should not undress like in the army, and be ready for work, so sleep in clothes

There is relative calm in the streets, said the Hungarian man who lives in Almaty, who previously spoke of not feeling much rioting in their neighborhood during the day.

However, it is almost impossible to buy or deal with a case, as most of the closed stores are out of stock.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade announced, at dawn today, that the Hungarian missions in Kazakhstan were in constant contact with the Hungarian citizens in the country, of whom eleven (nine in Almaty, one in Nur-Sultan and one in Aktobe) expressed their intention to do so. Leaving Kazakhstan.

The staff of the Embassy in Nur-Sultan and the Consulate General in Almaty are doing their best to do this, but air and land transport between cities are currently facing serious obstacles, and in many cases completely impossible.

– said Peter Szijjarto, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

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Cover image source: MTI / Alexander Kuznetsov

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