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Turkey Allowed to Return of Musa Kaimov

Submitted by on Thursday, 31 December 2009.    1,903 views No Comment
Turkey Allowed to Return of Musa Kaimov

According to Turkish Cihan News Agency, on today morning, Turkey allowed to return of Musa Kaimov, (35 years old, a Chechen asylum seeker) who was not allowed entry returning from Umrah visit to Turkey and sent back to Saudi Arabia.

 

Republic of Turkey Ministry of Internal Affairs send an order that “restriction on Musa Kaimov was cancelled after the examining”; after this decision Musa Kaimova came back to Turkey with 7.30 plane from Syria. Musa Kaimov said that he is happy to reunite with his wife and children after hard days.

Let’s remind you, Turkey didn’t allow Musa Kaimov’s entry and sent back him to Saudi Arabia on September 30, 2009. After that, some authorities from the Government of Chechen Republic Ichkeria, had sent letters immediately  to authorities of Turkey and Saudi Arabia about the problem of Chechen asylum seeker. At the same time, Musa Kaimov’s Saudi Arabia visa had expired and he was not taken to Saudi Arabia. Musa said that he was in fear of being extradited to Russia, and moved to Syria, Dubai, Qatar and Kuwait. Musa explained he hadn’t got money so most of times he slept at mosques and lived with the helps of people. Musa Kaimov said still he doesn’t know why Turkey didn’t allow his entrance on September 30.

When he arrived to Istanbul Ataturk Airport, he was welcomed by his wife Maret Kaimova, his children Omar (one year old), Nurali (five years old) and Ibrahim (4 years old).

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