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Chechen Security Council Rudnik Dudayev does not rule out tightening of the security measures
Head of the Chechen Security Council Rudnik Dudayev does not rule out further tightening of the security measures in Chechnya in connection with the terrorist attack of militants in Ingushetia (a republic neighboring on Chechnya) last night. "In some places it will be possibly expedient to station reinforcement, and in some places to establish tightened control of the situation," Rudnik Dudayev told RIA Novosti on Tuesday. According to him, last night's terrorist attack in Ingushetia will have no effect on the general situation in Chechnya which Dudayev characterized as "complex but controllable." "The situation in Nazran (the former capital of Ingushetia which became the main object of the terrorist attack) cannot affect the security situation in our republic," the head of Chechnya's Security Council stated. "We do not have to worry much but should not relax either," Mr. Dudayev said about the situation in the Chechen Republic. At the same time he noted that, to prevent such acts in Chechnya, the law-enforcement bodies of the republic will take respective decisions, proceeding from the concrete situation. As Mr. Dudayev said, the republican authorities, jointly with the federal center, confidently continue pursuing the policy line of peaceful construction in Chechnya. The head of Chechnya's Security Council also stated that he deems it to be premature to speak of transferring control of the counter terrorist operation in the republic to its Interior Ministry. "It is too early to say that this structure is prepared to head the counter terrorist operation," Mr. Dudayev said. He noted that certain work had already been done in the sphere of forming Chechnya's bodies of the Interior but this Ministry is still at the stage of shaping up. "It is necessary for the republic's Interior bodies to more actively fulfill the functional duties laid on them by federal legislation and by the Constitution of Chechnya," Mr. Dudayev went on to say. He also voiced the view that only the military units and formations of federal forces that will be disposed in Chechnya on a permanent basis must stay in the republic in the future.
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