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11 December 2017, 12:10

In Moscow, student beaten for his post about Caucasian girls

Students of a capital higher educational institution demanded from a young man to publicly apologize for his offensive, in their opinion, comments about Caucasian girls posted on social networks. On December 10, the Investigating Committee of the Russian Federation (ICRF) and the Union of Chechen Youth reacted to the published video record of the incident.

During a discussion in the social network "VKontakte", Alexei Knyazev, a student of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, wrote that relatives' bans for Caucasian girls to date Russian young men contradict the legislation of the Russian Federation.

After that, threats began to come to his address, and later, in the street, he was forced to apologize to Muslims and Christians. Meanwhile, he was struck and the incident was shot on the video, the "Ekho Moskvy" reports.

According to Alexei Knyazev, the incident involved five Caucasian natives, the "Govorit Moskva" Radio Station reports.

The Union of Chechen Youth will hold a conversation with the Caucasians who attacked the student, said Rustam Tapaev, the chairman of the Union. "This is ordinary act of hooliganism ... If a person has insulted someone, there are other options to bring him to justice," emphasized Rustam Tapaev as quoted by the RIA "Novosti".

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

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