Kadyrov told about the meeting the mufti of Chechnya, with Assad

Ramzan Kadyrov

The mufti of Chechnya Salah Haji Mezhiev met in Damascus with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. On Tuesday, April 25, the head of the head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov in Instagram.

According to him, the Syrian leader thanked the Regional public Fund named after Hero of Russia Akhmat-Hajji Kadyrov for his support. He also expressed gratitude for the decision to build in Aleppo and Damascus shelters for children-orphans.

“Assad expressed his appreciation for the investment Fund restoration of historic mosque in Aleppo, Recalling that under the existing rules in the minaret vmontiruet stone with the name of the financier,” — says the publication.

In turn, the Chechen mufti gave the Syrian President a request of the head of Chechnya to ensure the safety of the destroyed mosque of Khalid bin Waleed in HOMS and its recovery in its original form, al-Assad gave in this “firm assurance”.

“The mufti also agreed with the President the issue of issuing certificates to the citizens of Russia, graduated from Damascus University or defended in this dissertation. It is given a positive answer”, — stated in the record.

Ö in addition to this, the parties agreed to open in Grozny branch of the University of Damascus with a three-level education

The mufti of Chechnya Salah Haji Mezhiev arrived in Syria at the invitation of Minister of the Arab Republic of religious Affairs Muhammad Abdelsattar al said.

In late March, it was reported on the return of Chechen battalion of the military police at home after a three-month trip to Aleppo

On 14 February it became known that a part of the special forces, located in the Sunzha district of Ingushetia, reformed into a battalion of the military police and sent to Syria to replace the Chechen military.

About the dispatch to Syria of military police units of the Chechen Republic it became known in early December 2016. Soldiers were assigned to guard Russian military facilities. On December 22 the Minister of defence of Russia Sergey Shoigu said that a battalion of military police was introduced in the liberated Aleppo.