Rising oil prices caused unrest last week in the province but the violence quickly reached major cities.
More than 160 people have been killed and 5,000 arrested in Kazakhstan following clashes that rocked the largest country in Central Asia last week.
The Interior Ministry, quoted Sunday by local media, said the first protests cost about 175 million euros ($ 198m) after the deadly killings.
More than 100 businesses and banks were attacked and looted and about 400 vehicles damaged, the ministry said.
A total of 164 people, including two children, were violently killed, the Russian news agency Sputnik also reported to the health ministry on Sunday.
It reported that 103 people had died in Almaty, Kazakhstan’s capital city, where violence had erupted.
“Today the situation is stable in all parts of the country,” said Interior Minister Erlan Turgumbayev, adding that “the counter-terrorism operation is continuing to restore order in the country.”
a small commotion appears to be returning to the capital city of Almaty as police sometimes blow air raids to prevent people from approaching its central courtyard.
In all, 5,135 people were arrested for questioning as part of 125 separate investigations into the violence, the interior ministry said.
The richest country of about 19 million people was shaken by a week-long violence in which many people were killed after riots that forced President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev to oust them. order execution to end the chaos he has condemned what he calls “terrorists and terrorists”.
The price of oil is going up caused an uproar last week in the western part of the western part of the state but quickly reached major cities, including the Almaty financial center, where riots erupted and police fired shots at the country’s 30 years of independence.
At the invitation of Tokayev, the Russian-led Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) sent troops to restore peace, an intervention that comes at a time of great crisis between Russia and the United States before the new talks. the problem of Ukraine.
“Several measures have been moved securely by the UN peacekeeping coalition of member states of the CSTO,” the presidential office said in a brief summary of the security measures led by Tokayev.
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Former leader Nursultan Nazarbayev he was the longest-serving ruler in the former Soviet Union until he handed over power to Tokayev in 2019. His family believes he had power over Nur-Sultan, a purpose-built capital known as his name.
Mr. Tokayev removed Nazarbayev on Wednesday as head of the country’s security services, a position he continued to wield considerably.
Former Kazakhstan intelligence chief and two-year-old Prime Minister Karim Masimov was imprisonment on suspicion of conspiracy.