Turkologist Tyran Lokmagezyan referred to the unrest in Kazakhstan and the statement of former Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu. According to the Turkologist, Turkey has far-reaching plans not only in Kazakhstan, but also with the Turkic-speaking peoples of Central Asia, for the implementation of which it has spent huge funds over the past 20 years. Until recently, Kazakhstan was one of Turkey’s most loyal assistants in the implementation of these programs, but now a black cat has passed between the two countries. And if Kazakhstan fails to complete the “revolution” that has begun, Turkish-Kazakh relations may become more tense, and if everything is to Turkey’s liking, then the influence of not only Turkish, but also anti-Russian-pro-American forces in Kazakhstan will increase. Lokmagezyan said that former Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu was upset that the CSTO member states sent peacekeeping units to Kazakhstan. He expressed concern that Kazakhstan has asked for help from the Collective Security Treaty Organization, which is currently chaired by Armenia.