Appeal of Chechen Refugees to the Government and Parliament of Denmark
Chechen refugees in Denmark published an appeal to Government and Parliament of Denmark about plans to open a so-called embassy of bloody Kadirov regime.
Here is the appeal:
We, Chechen refugees living in Denmark, are very concerned about reports in Russian media that the Russian puppet, Ramzan Kadirov, plans to open a so-called embassy in Denmark. Those behind the project claim that the office would help those Chechen families who intend to return to their homeland.
Taking into account the daily terror inflicted on both the relatives of the members of the Chechen resistance movement and members of international human rights organisations investigating the murderous activities of Kadirov’s regime, as well as the recent political assassinations of Chechens in Austria, Turkey, and Dubai, we would have reason to be seriously worried about our own security if Kadirov’s representatives set foot in Denmark.
We regard it as our duty to warn you about possible armed provocations which may result from the arrival of Kadirov’s representatives in Denmark. Kadirov’s regime has wiped out all of its political opponents within Chechnya, and it is now ready to do the same in the territory of the peaceful, democratic country of Denmark.
No promises of heavenly pleasures in Kadirov’s Chechnya or physical threats against us will force us to return to a country where the Russian president’s protegé, Ramzan Kadirov, has established a bloody dictatorship and where the people are deprived of their basic democratic rights and freedoms guaranteed under the UN Declaration of Human Rights, signed by Russian leaders.
We are infinitely grateful to you for granting us and our families political asylum and a possibility to live and work in your country. It is equally in our interest that law and order reign supreme in Denmark. We hope that the relevant authorities in Denmark will consider our statement carefully and that the Danish government will draw the necessary conclusions from our collective statement.
Chechen refugees in Denmark
Text was translated by Kerkko Paananen for WaYNaKH Online