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Passport Control Bring Back to Chechnya

Submitted by on Tuesday, 12 January 2010.    1,791 views No Comment
Passport Control Bring Back to Chechnya

On January 6, residents of a number of small settlements located in the Staropromyslovskiy district of Grozny, Chechen capital, report about the check of their passports held there.

“On January 6, gangs members of puppet regime conducted checks in sections Nos. 15, 10 and 9, located in the Staropromyslovskiy district. Local residents report that Kadirovskies came to these small settlements and made house-after-house inspection, checking documents of all residents. The action has seriously disturbed the people,” the head of one of local NGOs told the “Kavkaz-Uzel” correspondent.

According to his version, such total checks were practised by Russian soldiers during the first years of the so-called counter-terrorist operation (CTO), and, as a rule, were accompanied by mass detentions. Quite often, some of the detainees were later found murdered or disappeared.

There are no reliable information whether on detainees after last operation; however, it is known that local residents got worried. Moreover, it is quite interesting that a passport control regime in Chechnya, if the country is peaceful as puppet regime’s claims!

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