Kadyrov explained the need to clarify boundaries in the Caucasus

Kadyrov explained the need to clarify boundaries in the Caucasus

Establishment of borders of Chechnya with neighbouring regions, including Dagestan, conducted on behalf of the President. This statement was made by the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, reports the “Caucasian knot”.

“In the modern world in the twenty-first century, the state leadership decided to draw the line completely to even survey the territory below, at any time, ( … ), if martial law to one hundred percent knew the coordinates (…). Each region is necessary. The sooner we decide, the better for us, for the regions”, — said Kadyrov.

The head of the Republic said social media users who criticize the actions of the Chechen authorities. “The Internet is a special patriotism manifest in negative direction comments write: “Kadyrov has a good appetite, He took the land of the Ingush, now in Dagestan climbs” ( … ) who do not understand what the border”, — he quoted some of the messages. Kadyrov stressed that the survey of the boundary between the regions is the responsibility of each Federation subject, and dictated by the decision of the government. What kind of document it is, he said.

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A few days before the statement Kadyrov, the neighboring Republic was visited by the speaker of the Chechen Parliament Magomed Daudov. Reporting on the trip, he said that the purpose was to discuss the issue “on entering into the state immovable property cadastre information about the border between Dagestan and the Chechen Republic in the form of coordinate descriptions” and the parties came to a complete understanding. To address this issue, a working group. “Similar work is also being undertaken with the leadership of the Stavropol region”, — he wrote on his page in “Vkontakte”.

In September 2018 between Chechnya and Ingushetia signed an agreement about establishment of borders. Ingushetia gave Chechnya 1290 hectares of arable land, and received in return an equivalent area in the Nadterechny district of Chechnya. The redistribution of land has provoked mass protests in Magas: activists considered the exchange unequal.