Kazakhstan : The commander of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army and the leader of the “Right Sector” banned in Russia, Dmitry Yarosh, announced the mobilization of Ukrainian nationalists to be sent to the war with Russia in Kazakhstan. MK experts appreciated this military adventure.
The requirement for veterans of volunteer battalions to arrive with the necessary ammunition at the territorial headquarters of the corps was sent out in closed groups and chats on Facebook and Telegram.
“The aggressor country Russia is introducing its troops into the territory of another state. … It is the duty of the patriots of our country, who have experience in fighting both the corrupt government and its henchmen, and the Russian aggressor, to provide all possible assistance to the brotherly Kazakh people who have embarked on the path of defending their freedom and their land! “
Military expert Sergei Kozlov shared his opinion on the possible dispatch of Ukrainian Natsiks to Kazakhstan with MK.
– Everyone probably remembers the so-called Ukrainian “dobrobats” staffed by nationalists. Now from these same guys the Azov regiment has been formed (recognized as terrorist and banned in the Russian Federation – MK). In theory, it was created to guard the border and fight the landing. In fact, on a rotational basis, volunteers serve in places of tension on the line of demarcation with the unrecognized republics. “Azov” is still staffed exclusively by volunteers, who, by the way, are well financed, put on shoes, and dress. When things were bad in the Ukrainian army with weapons, everything was wonderful in “Azov”.
– Who provides them financial support?
– There are a number of entrepreneurs who do this in exchange for some forceful assistance if necessary. In other words, they “cover” the business.
Some Russian experts, these dobrobats at one time criticized, said that they would quickly scatter. But they did not run away, and they are really fighting.
And I think they will be able to recruit those wishing to go to Kazakhstan. There are enough fools. According to experts, more than 50 percent of the population supports the nationalist idea in Ukraine. Many, of course, will not be collected, but the point is not in quantity. While they gather and arrive in Kazakhstan, ours will already put things in order there. It seems to me that with greater determination, the Kazakhstani security forces could cope with this task on their own.
The main thing was to calm down the activists among the protesters in time. Do not think that it was the people who rebelled in Kazakhstan. This is a well-planned action that was prepared in advance. And I would not be surprised if a Turkish or Western “tail” emerges as a result, for example.
– It turns out that even if the “pravoseks” come to Kazakhstan, they will not be able to somehow aggravate the situation in the region?
– They just won’t have time. It is possible that this is generally just such a PR move on the part of Yarosh.
In turn, the war veteran, on condition of anonymity, expressed to MK his point of view on why Ukraine suddenly decided to save Kazakhstan from “Russian aggression”.
– Everything is obvious: Kazakhstan is part of the “Chinese Silk Road”, therefore, destabilizing it from a strategic point of view for our Western “partners” is much more profitable than let’s say the same Kyrgyzstan or Armenia.
The call of the commander of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army to mobilize, ostensibly with the aim of “all possible assistance to the brotherly Kazakh people” is nothing more than another attempt to create problems for Russia.
In principle, we have already encountered similar examples during the Chechen campaigns, where Ukraine sent groups of nationalists who fought against the Russian federal forces. During the Georgian-Ossetian conflict, Ukraine sent air defense specialists and Buk anti-aircraft missile systems to support Georgia.
It turns out, even though we didn’t have a conflict with Ukraine at that time, it always actively supported those parties that opposed Russia.
It is obvious that without the overseas friends of the “Square” it will be difficult to provide “all possible assistance” on the territory of Kazakhstan. Of course, the United States will not be able to provide financial support openly, but nothing stands in the way of organizing “humanitarian programs”, some of which will go to support the paramilitary formations. And of course, it cannot be denied that the Ukrainians have made good progress in conducting special operations.
By destabilizing Kazakhstan with its subsequent withdrawal from our sphere of influence, Ukraine and its patrons can pose a real threat to Russia.