Kazakhstan's President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev lifted the state of emergency in four more regions on Friday.
Shymkent, East Kazakhstan, Karaganda, and Turkestan are the regions where the state of emergency was lifted, according to the Kazakh presidency.
It was previously announced that the state of emergency was ended in West Kazakhstan, Pavlodar and North Kazakhstan regions.
The decision came as the withdrawal of peacekeepers of the Russian-led military bloc Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) continues.
On Jan. 2, protests broke out in Kazakhstan over an increase in liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) prices in the city of Zhanaozen in Mangystau, which later turned into clashes with police, with the most violent developments taking place in Kazakhstan's former capital and largest city Almaty.
Tokayev requested help from CSTO allies, and in a short period, peacekeepers from Russia, Belarus, Armenia, and Tajikistan arrived in the country and backed the Kazakh law enforcement in restoring order.
In Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest city that has been hit the hardest by the unrest, the airport resumed operation on Thursday morning, a week after it was stormed and briefly seized by the protesters. Russia's Interfax news agency reported that the security forces have cleared the square in front of the city hall, which was stormed and set on fire, opening it for pedestrians and car traffic.
Authorities in Almaty on Thursday reported detaining nearly 2,000 more people over their alleged involvement in the unrest and looting.