Olga Stefanishina, Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, believes that the Kazakh scenario is impossible in Ukraine.

As she said at a briefing ahead of the Ukraine-NATO meeting in Brussels, which was broadcast by In time Ukraine, Ukraine is not part of the post-Soviet structure that made it possible to seize critical infrastructure in Kazakhstan.

"Ukraine is carrying out internal reforms, we have a powerful social platform, unity on the condemnation of Russian aggression against the territory of Ukraine. We are not part of any post-Soviet structure," Stefanishina said.

At the same time, according to Interfax, Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko noted that what happened in Kazakhstan could happen in Tajikistan. "A good reason now to get together and talk about Tajikistan. The President of Tajikistan has been asking us for years for material support, primarily with military equipment. And we need to do this so that later it will not cost us more, as with Kazakhstan," he said.