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Thirteen gunmen were destroyed and another 59 were detained in Chechnya
Thirteen gunmen were destroyed and another 59 were detained in Chechnya during a large-scale anti-terror drill that was held in southern Russia, Commander of the Interior Troops Col.-Gen. Nikolai Rogozhkin said Thursday summing up the results of the exercises. According to him, 400 people were detained on suspicions of committing dangerous crimes for five days of the war games, 270 of them were on the wanted list, including the federal wanted list. The general estimated the operational situation in the Southern Federal District as difficult, but stable. “The situation is under control, now we are concerned over regions adjoining Chechnya,” he said, adding that the number of bandits “does not reduce as quick as we would like to.” The commander of the Interior Troops told journalists on April 24 that “real gunmen may be detained” during the anti-terror drill in southern Russia. “During the exercises all security services and law enforcement agencies are taking real measures, and the real results of these measures will be yielded,” Rogozhkin indicated. The war games are held on the whole territory of the Southern Federal District, and about 32,000 people representing all law enforcement agencies are taking part in them.
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