Kadyrov instructed to remove any criticism of the Ingush in social networks after the ultimatum The head of Chechnya gave the Ingush an ultimatum, demanding that if he considers him an enemy, “to determine the degree of guilt and punishment” for him, and gave him three days to do so. After the expiration of the term, he said that no one had charged him
The head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, instructed to remove any critical remarks about the Ingush on the Web. This was announced by the Minister for National Policy, Foreign Relations, Press and Information Akhmed Dudayev on Instagram.
According to him, Kadyrov noted that today “two fraternal peoples” opened a new page in relationships.
“The head of the Chechen Republic instructed the Ministry for National Policy, External Relations, Press and Information to inform all leaders, employees of organizations at all levels, various public associations, bloggers [instruction] to remove any critical statements from pages on social networks, official resources to the representatives of the Ingush people»,— said Dudayev, adding that the order has already begun to be carried out in the media under its jurisdiction and on the official resources of the department.
Earlier, the head of Chechnya asked the Ingush to “determine the degree of guilt and punishment” if they consider him an “enemy”, and justify “according to the laws of the Russian state or Sharia” what he is guilty of. Kadyrov gave three days for reflection.
On January 15, he reported that no one had thrown an accusation against him. According to him, this means brotherly relations between the two peoples. “I want to declare to the whole world, especially to the citizens of Russia, that we have no problems with Ingushetia, in particular, concerning me personally, Ramzan Kadyrov,” — said the head of the republic.
After the collapse of the USSR, a dispute over territorial borders broke out between Chechnya and Ingushetia. The claims concerned the Sunzha and Malgobek districts.
In September 2018, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, then head of Ingushetia, and Kadyrov signed an agreement on the border between the regions. A part of the Nadterechny district passed through it to the Ingush; mountainous and wooded area, and Chechnya— section of the Sunzhensky district, which caused massive discontent among the inhabitants of Ingushetia. The dispute reached the Constitutional Court, which recognized the agreement as legal in December of the same year.
In November 2021, a conflict began again between the two peoples, the reason was the construction work on the border, which was carried out by Chechenavtodor. Kadyrov then called on Ingushetia to “stop a bunch of provocateurs who are trying to play the nationalist card.”
On January 10, the head of Chechnya again addressed those who allege about the illegal seizure of land from the neighboring republic, threatening them to “take away the remaining villages” if they do not calm down. He invited them to make their names public if they were “not afraid to quarrel”; with him.
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