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During his weekend visit to Moscow, Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi accepted
During his weekend visit to Moscow, Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi accepted an invitation from the Chechen president to visit the North Caucasus republic in 2010, a spokesman for the president said on Monday.

"President Ramzan Kadyrov invited the Libyan leader during their meeting in Moscow. As Ramzan Akhmatovich said, Muammar Qaddafi celebrates the birth of the Prophet in a Muslim country each year, so Kadyrov invited the Libyan leader to such a celebration in the Chechen Republic in 2010. The invitation was accepted with gratitude," Lema Gudayev told RIA Novosti.

Kadyrov and Qaddafi held one-on-one talks "in a warm and friendly atmosphere," the spokesman said.

During their meeting, the Libyan leader expressed his support for the Chechen leadership and its work to ensure peace and order as a part of the Russian Federation, Gudayev said.

"Being a part of Russia is in the interests, first and foremost, of Chechnya itself, and this was perfectly understood by the first president of the Chechen Republic [Ramzan's father Akhmat Kadyrov]," Qaddafi told Kadyrov.

Kadyrov said: "all the achievements in the peaceful building and rebirth of the Chechen Republic in a brotherly family with the peoples of Russia are a result of an understanding of the situation and attentiveness from the Russian leadership."

"The Chechen Republic today is one of the most dynamically developing Russian regions, and now the republic has moved on from the stage of reconstruction to the stage of solid social-economic development," the spokesman quoted him as saying.


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