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Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov said the problem of insurgents in the republic will soon be solved
Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov said the problem of insurgents in the republic will soon be solved. “We know where the militants are and what they are doing. We will chase them, and I am confident there will be no militants in the republic soon,” Kadyrov said on Monday. In his words, the problem is that many militants are hiding in adjacent Russian area. “The leader of foreign mercenaries, Abu Khave, has been destroyed in Dagestan, and Shamil Basayev has been killed in Ingushetia. They practically did not live in our republic and spent most of time in the neighbouring regions,” the president said. According to the head of the Regional Operational Staff in charge of the counter-terrorist operation in the North Caucasus, Colonel-General Arkady Yedelev, there are no more than 450 militants who are continuing to operate in the mountains. In his words, 174 militants were “neutralised”, including 40 chieftains and foreign mercenaries, 1,200 firearms were seized, more than 1,000 arms caches were destroyed, over 120 terrorist acts against law enforcers, military personnel and civilians were prevented in 2004. “Militants were trained in Bosnia and then moved to the republic through Ukraine and Dagestan,” Yevdelev said.
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