Gadji Makhachev, 2013. Photo by Patimat Makhmudova for the ‘Caucasian Knot’.

20 December 2013, 00:04

Dagestani Deputy Prime Minister Gadji Makhachev dies in road accident in Moscow

Gadji Makhachev, Deputy Prime Minister of Dagestan, was lost in a road accident that occurred in Kutuzov Avenue in Moscow. The "Caucasian Knot" correspondent has learnt about it from an official of the government of Dagestan.

The road accident occurred in the evening of December 19 and was confirmed by a source from the Dagestani law enforcement bodies. "The Deputy Prime Minister of Dagestan perished in the road accident together with his wife," said the source.

The children of the Deputy Prime Minister, who were with him in the car, were hospitalized, as reported by the RIA "Novosti" with reference to a source from the Dagestani law enforcement bodies.

Author: Makhach Akhmedov; Source: CK correspondent

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