Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport has resumed operations in Kazakhstan.
It is reported by TASS.
It was noted that a military checkpoint was set up at the entrance to the airport, but no search was conducted on the cars entering. At the entrance to the airport, citizens are asked to present air tickets or service cards.
The inspection of citizens is carried out comprehensively, but quickly. In addition to police officers, there are several servicemen and cynologists at the airport. The arrival hall does not work because there are no flights to Nur-Sultan.