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Ramzan Kadyrov- Chechnya's first deputy prime minister

On Monday, acting head of Chechnya Sergey Abramov has appointed Ramzan Kadyrov first deputy prime minister of the republic of Chechnya, reports ITAR-TASS.

Ramzan Kadyrov, the son of the assassinated Chechen leader Akhmad Kadyrov, was the head of republic's security services prior to the appointment.

Abramov has also appointed Taus Dzhabrailov deputy prime minister of Chechnya. Dzhabrailov used to be a minister of national policy in the republic.

Sergey Abramov announced the news in the course of a meeting in Grozny with Vladimir Yakovlev, reports “Interfax”.

 The meeting began with a minute of silence to commemorate those who died in the blast of May 9th.

The acting president stated that his main job is to bring Kodyrov’s projects to life. “I presume that finishing his work will be the best way to commemorate Akhmad Kadyrov,” stated Abramov.

According to him, those who’ll fail will have to look for another job.


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