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Saturday, March 17, 2018

In Chechnya commented on reports of a large-scale attack on Kadyrov

The press-Secretary of Chechen leader Alvi Karimov called fiction information about the failed assassination attempt on Ramzan Kadyrov. According to him, the common “Novaya Gazeta” message does not correspond to reality “from the beginning to the end.”

photo: Natalia Gubernatorova

Ramzan Kadyrov

Press Secretary of the head of Chechnya, Alvi Karimov commented on the material of “the New newspaper”, according to which in the early summer of this year, Ramzan Kadyrov is preparing to attack.

According to the newspaper, the conspirators belonged to the Benoy teip, like Kadyrov, laid explosives at the residence of the head of Chechnya, during the searches they had found a large quantity of modern arms and ammunition.

A spokesman for Kadyrov has denied media reports “Interfax”. “Any attempt to assassinate the head of the Chechen Republic in the village of Benoy, especially in the house where he supposedly stops was not”, – said Karimov.

According to him, everything said on this subject is fiction, “the time of the conspirators – Umarovich and Khattab — passed”. Karimov also noted that Chechnya has become the most stable region of Russia thanks to the efficient fight against terrorism.

Sources of “Novaya Gazeta” reported that the plot gave a cousin of the head of administration of the head of Chechnya Kadyrov Islam – Walid. He is also a relative of Kadyrov and Yamadayev, who are considered “blood enemies” of the head of the Chechen Republic.

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