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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Kadyrov met Shuvalov from the plane and showed the terrible beauty


The acting head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov on Tuesday, August 16, showed the beauty of growing and developing the terrible arrived in the city to Vice-Premier Igor Shuvalov. The tour began right in aeroportos show the possibilities of the newest terminal. Then the capital guest was lucky to get acquainted with the complex “Akhmat-arena”.

“At the stadium “Akhmat-arena”, he was satisfied with the pitch conditions, match attendance, the expansion of the tribunes”, – wrote Kadyrov in Instagram.

Dear friends! Today in the Chechen Republic has arrived the first Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Igor Shuvalov. After meeting at the airport, we have carefully reviewed the terminal building and the complex “Akhmat-arena”. International airport “Grozny” has all necessary conditions for reception and dispatch of aircraft on domestic and international routes. However, passenger traffic is growing rapidly, a need arose for construction of a new airport. Igor was interested in detail the working conditions “terrible.” At the stadium “Akhmat-arena”, he was satisfied with the pitch conditions, match attendance, the expansion of the stands. Currently, the stadium is the most visited in Russia. Nearby are two training fields, the construction of the hotel. Has all the data for the games of the international level. #Kadyrov #Russia #Chechnya #Russia Igor Shuvalov

Photos published Ramzan Kadyrov (@kadyrov_95) Aug 16 2016 at 9:01 am PDT

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