Human Rights Issues in Eurasia / Правовые Вопросы В Регионах Евразии

Kadyrov Blames London And Warsaw For Grozny Terrorist Attack On Parliament

Posted by Info on 24/10/2010

Chechnya’s leader Ramzan Kadyrov has taken a swipe at the west, implicating them in the terrorist attack on his parliament yesterday.

While naming separatist leader Akhmed Zakayev as the brains behind the attack, he blasted British and Polish authorities for shielding his prime suspect.
“The authorities in London and Warsaw are harbouring criminals. Why do they shield bandits who have shed blood where there is western democracy? Where is the justice? Let them send their representatives and we will prove Zakayev’s guilt. Sooner or later Zakayev, Gakayev, Umarov, Vadalov and other criminals will get what they deserve. We will get our hands on them,” Kadyrov said in a press release after the attack.

Zakayev has refugee status in the UK, and was recently allowed to leave Poland after being briefly detained at a Chechen congress in Warsaw.

“I have no doubt that it was the drunk and alcoholic Akhmed Zakayev and his backers in London and other western capitals. I want to say that they will not achieve anything. The Chechen republic is a peaceful and stable region,” Kadyrov added.

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