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The situation in Chechnya and around it has changed for the better over the past year
The situation in Chechnya and around it has changed for the better over the past year, Vasili Likhachev of the upper chamber of Russian parliament and Valentin Gatsinski, UN deputy coordinator for humanitarian matters in the North Caucasus and UN regional security coordinator, said at a meeting in Moscow. RIA Novosti learnt from the Federation Council press service that, in Gatsinski's opinion, target investments from the federal budget have also helped to improve the situation in Chechnya. But, investments and humanitarian aid alone cannot radically improve the position of people; instability has to be uprooted for that, stressed the UN man. He explained that for a more efficient aid to the population the exact number of migrants from Chechnya and North Ossetia to Ingushetia should be known. Gatsinski spoke up for a closer coordination of actions between the humanitarian mission and the regional bodies of power. In turn, the Russian senator spoke highly of the international authority of the UN structures. This authority relies on unpoliticised humanitarian aid and objective assessment of the situation, Vasili Likhachev believes.
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