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ASTANA, May 04 /ITAR-TASS/. Kazakhstan is concerned over growth of violence in Ukraine, including over current tragic events in the cities of Odessa, Slavyansk and Kramatorsk, the Kazakh Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Sunday.
“We appeal to all parties involved in confrontation to give up violence and escalation of threats immediately. We believe that current task is to take all efforts to search for peaceful ways to settle disagreements and soonest stabilisation of current situation,” the statement runs.
The country’s Foreign Ministry also voiced concerns over recent events in the Ukrainian cities of Odessa, Slavyansk and Kramatorsk that entailed the death of a large number of people.
“We appeal insistently on all parties concerned to observe the agreements reached in Geneva on April 17, 2014. We are convinced that events of the last few days should become a serious signal for soonest restoration of peace, stability and security in Ukraine,” the Kazakh Foreign Ministry stated.