Blinken: When Russians were in your house, they are difficult to make them go

The USA is concerned about the events in Kazakhstan, but believe that the republic can cope with the situation and without the help of the CSTO, said US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken.

“We are very concerned about the emergency regime in Kazakhstan, we warned the authorities that you need to answer in proportion to the right way, which is consistent with the rights of protesters,” said Blinken to journalists.

Blinken said that the request of Kazakhstan in the CSTO calls questions from the United States. According to Washington estimates, the republic has enough resources to independently resolve the situation, Blinken said. “It is unclear why they felt in need of external assistance,” RIA Novosti quotes the words of Secretary of State.

Riots he explained with economic reasons.

“One lesson from last story: when Russians were in your house, they are difficult to get to leave,” Bibinken said.