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Author`s name Ольга Савка

Comments: Ruslan Khasbulatov: Russia Should Not Occupy Chechnya

Ruslan Khasbulatov is a candidate running for the Chechen presidency Remaining within the framework of the Russian legal space, the Chechen republic is supposed to possess more autonomy and that autonomy is supposed to be guaranteed with the constant presence of such observers as the OSCE, the PACE, the UN. I am not talking about the military force. One should provide some very tough international control to undermine the emergence of new armed groups. Putin was right, when he said that we were not worried about the status of the Chechen republic. We are worried about one question - not to have the republic as a source of threat to Russia's and other states' interests

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