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The Internet is developing in the Chechen Republic
The Internet is developing in the Chechen Republic though a year ago there was no access to the global network even at the local Ministry of the Press, Chechen Press Minister Movsur Ibragimov told Noviye Izvestia. The ministry is creating a site where users from Russia and abroad will get information about the events and problems in the republic. Access to the Internet will be provided for both officials and residents in Chechnya. An Internet center has been opened at the university in Grozny. For years young Chechens grew up without knowing what a computer is. Computers became accessible only in 2000, and now Chechens win prizes in computer games competitions. Unfortunately, the opinions of the Chechen authorities, including President Alu Alkhanov and the government, are presented very modestly in the Internet. But the press minister is against banning the site of Chechen militants, arguing that [more sites should be opened so that] it would not be the only source of information about the events in Chechnya. When the Chechen government is presented in the Internet at its full potential, the interest for the militants' resources will fall.
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