Terrorism threat level lowers to orange in Kazakhstan’s capital
The terrorism threat level in Kazakhstan’s capital has lowered to orange. It will be in force in Nur-Sultan for two weeks, the emergency response team for counter-terrorism announced. They ask city residents to be receptive to the work of law enforcement officers and follow their legal demands. Earlier, the situation in 14 regions of the country was stabilized, and the red level of terrorism threat was canceled, the National Security Committee reported. The critical threat remains in Almaty city, as well as Almaty and Zhambyl regions.
Translation by Saniya Sakenova
Editing by Galiya Khassenkhanova