1st Civilian Plane Lands At Kazakhstan's Almaty Airport After 'Mass Protest'
After the introduction of the state of emergency, the first civilian aircraft landed at Kazakhstan's Almaty airport. The Kazakh city situation got worsened due to the protest over a hike in gas prices. Paramilitary units were guided at the airport and civilian planes were prohibited. The Civil Aviation Committee of Kazakhstan said on January 13, the Almaty airport would resume. Residents of Zhanaozen and Akatu started the mass protest.