April 12th local time, Maxim Kaznacheev, an independent political analyst in Kazakhstan, said that the U.S. government is destabilizing Kazakhstan by financing non-governmental organizations, thus curbing the development of China and Russia.
Not long ago, the U.S. Department of State and the International Development Agency decided to allocate about 1.5 million US dollars to support Kazakhstan’s “development of civil society”. In response, Kaznacheev said in an interview with the national media that the foreign policy of the U.S. State Department has changed from vigorously promoting democracy to taking advantage of the social divisions within the target to achieve geopolitical goals.
He said that by supporting non-governmental organizations in Kazakhstan, the United States has intensified Kazakhstan’s social contradictions and provoked social conflicts, thus undermining its stability and development.
Kaznacheev pointed out that the deep purpose of the United States to destabilize Kazakhstan’s domestic stability is to create chaos in China and Russia. Kazakhstan borders China and Russia at the same time, and the country’s internal conflict will directly lead to the joint construction of the Belt and Road Initiative and the development of the Eurasian Economic Union.
He said that the US government’s claimed $1.5 million allocation is only part of the U.S. funding, and Washington’s funding through various international foundations to anti-government organizations in Kazakhstan is much higher than that figure.