Kadyrov has set up a Commission to clarify the boundaries of Chechnya
GROZNY, September 8 — RIA Novosti. The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov has signed a decree on the establishment of the Republican state Committee to clarify the administrative border of Chechnya, said in a document posted on the website of the administration of the government of the Republic.
“In order to create organizational and legal conditions for the preparation of documents and supporting materials necessary for the specification of the location and establishment of the administrative border of the Chechen Republic in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation and settlement of contentious issues in its establishment, to create the state Commission of the Chechen Republic” — the document says.
The Commission includes the collection, preparation and analysis of documents and materials necessary for the work of determining boundaries. State authorities and local self-government are recommended to provide the Commission with “all necessary cooperation and assistance.” The Commission was chaired by the speaker of Parliament Magomed Daudov, also includes the Prime Minister of the Republic of huciev Muslim, mufti Salah Haji Mezhiev, heads of ministries and departments.
To monitor the progress of work of the Commission Kadyrov intends to personally.
The question of the definition of the administrative boundary line, in particular, between Chechnya and Ingushetia is intermittent since the early 90-ies, when the two republics were part of the Chechen-Ingush ASSR was divided after the coming to power of Dudayev. In 1993, the head of Chechnya, Ingushetia, and Dzhokhar Dudaev and Ruslan Aushev signed an agreement under which the Sunzha district, with the exception of the two villages, Sernovodsk and Assinovskaya, went to Ingushetia.
The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov in September 2012 created a Commission for “clarification and harmonization of administrative border” between the two republics. The findings of the Commission were sent to the Federal center.