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Statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Nur-Sultan 21 January 2022

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan believes that the
resolution on the situation in Kazakhstan adopted by the European Parliament on 20
January 2022 is not only biased but also based on prejudiced opinions and

The apparent lack of a credible analysis of the tragic January events in Kazakhstan
is disconcerting.
We find it unacceptable that a document of this nature has been adopted before the publication of the findings of the official investigation initiated by the leadership of the Republic of Kazakhstan. We reconfirm that the results of this investigation will be openly shared with the international community.

We have taken due note of the fact that while drafting the said resolution, neither
members of the European Parliament nor any of the Parliament’s political groups had
requested any clarification or statement from Kazakh officials.

The Human Rights Ombudsperson of the Republic of Kazakhstan and Kazakh civil
society institutions, which are engaged in a direct dialogue with government agencies, also informed us that the authors of the resolution did not contact them.
The earlier conclusion of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan
that there were serious discrepancies and inaccuracies in the publications of certain
foreign media outlets, describing legitimate actions of law enforcement agencies
against terrorist, extremist, and criminal groups, has also been ignored.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

As a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council and other reputable
international organizations, and a party to multilateral humanitarian agreements,
Kazakhstan is unequivocally committed to the rule of law and fulfilling its obligations
in protecting the rights and freedoms of its citizens. It is also making a significant input to the process of upholding global and regional security, including by fighting
international terrorism.

The Republic of Kazakhstan will continue to seek a constructive engagement with all
the institutions of the European Union, based on the principles of mutual
understanding and mutual respect. The hasty adoption of the above mentioned resolution of the European Parliament undermines and damages the process of adopting and implementing the political reforms of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan aimed at consolidating democratic in
stitutions and development of civil society.

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