Ramazan Djalaldinov's daughters and wife during their video appeal to the 15th on air dialogue with the Russian President Vladimir Putin. June 2017. Screenshot of the video by the user Ramazan Djalaldinov /vk.com/videos318103275?z=video318103275_456239587%2Fpl_318103275_- 2

15 June 2017, 23:20

Jalaldinov's relatives wail over no reaction to their appeal to Putin

In the course of his "direct talk", the Russian President did not respond to the appeal of Ramazan Djalaldinov's relatives, who are now afraid of a negative reaction to their request to return the head of the family home. During this event, Vladimir Putin mainly answers the pre-prepared and coordinated questions, says Alexei Malashenko, a member of the scientific council of the Moscow Carnegie Centre.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that Ramazan Jalaldinov's family had appealed to the 15th on air dialogue with Vladimir Putin, asking to protect Ramazan's rights. Their video appeal is posted in the social network "VKontakte" on Djalaldinov's page.

Ramazan's daughter Muslimat expressed her regret that President Putin failed to give a direct answer to their appeal live on air.

According to her story, relatives had appealed to President "hoping that he would give oral guarantees of Ramazan's safe return home."

At the same time, the girl did not rule out that the video appeal "may lead to negative consequences."

In the opinion of Alexei Malashenko, "the Putin's direct line has no value in solving serious problems."

However, he has noted, "This time the tone of Putin's statements was rather soft."

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

Author: Rustam Djalilov; Source: CK correspondent

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