Peskov: Russian Federation will not judge the head of the Ministry of Information of Kazakhstan by the former “awkward” words – Politics

MOSCOW, January 13. / TASS /. Russia will judge the Minister of Information of Kazakhstan Askar Umarov by his statements in the new post, and not by the old “awkward” words. The press secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov told reporters about this, answering the question of whether the appointment of Umarov, who took the post of Minister of Information and Social Development in the new government of Kazakhstan, would complicate relations with the Russian Federation, since earlier this official allowed himself unfriendly remarks about Russia.

“Indeed, there were awkward statements, incorrect statements by the minister,” said Peskov. “One should judge by the statements that Umarov will already make in his new status,” the Kremlin spokesman said.

The press secretary of the Russian leader emphasized that in this case, “first of all, one should proceed from the fact that it is the president of Kazakhstan, the president of our partner and our allied state, who has appointed his cabinet of ministers, thereby giving Mr. Umarov confidence.” According to Peskov, it is necessary to work, interact, deepen and develop cooperation with the ministers appointed by Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev.

“If there are any problems and gaps – this can also be, after all, young people – with an understanding of the role of the Great Patriotic War, with the attitude towards the Russian-speaking residents of Kazakhstan, all this can be explained, told,” the Kremlin spokesman said. He added that this should be the work of the Russian Federation.

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