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Monday, March 19, 2018

“Nothing extraordinary”: Peskov commented on the failure of Kadyrov’s meeting with human rights activists

Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov said that he has no information about the visit of representatives of Council on human rights in the Chechen Republic where they are unable to meet with Ramzan Kadyrov. While the Kremlin has urged not to dramatize the situation.

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Peskov called this theme “quite sensitive”, noting that he did not know under what circumstances broke down the meeting.

At the same time, he noted that the denial of Kadyrov from a meeting with human rights activists does not violate any regulations. “This is not the same a violation of any mandatory regulations, therefore, a bureaucratic point of view, there is no emergencies, no”, – quotes the press Secretary of the President RIA Novosti.

On the eve it became known that Kadyrov has decided to biostimulate visiting session of the HRC in the North Caucasus. According to others, from a meeting with him refused to do human rights activists, as the head of the Republic refused to accept the delegation of his criticism of Igor Kalyapin.

The leader of Chechnya, has repeatedly criticized the situation with human rights in the Republic. In particular, recently in the press widely reported the fate of the resident of Chechnya Ramazan Zalaldinov who complained Kadyrov, Vladimir Putin.

After that, the man’s house was burned and he was forced into hiding on the territory of Dagestan. Later he returned to Chechnya and recorded video, which brought Kadyrov apology. But human rights activists believe that at this step it went because of pressure on him.

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