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31 December 2016, 13:09

Ramzan Kadyrov refutes information about killing of wounded militants

The Chechen leader has refuted the information stating that the wounded young people detained in a special operation in Grozny were killed after their hospitalization. The Ramzan Kadyrov's statement is accompanied by a video report, in which an official from the Ministry for Public Health, a physician, and a female patient speak of impossibility of blackouts in the hospital and penetration of strangers. However, the video report did not show the people, the information about whose deaths was refuted by Ramzan Kadyrov.

On December 18, Ramzan Kadyrov reported that in the course of the special operation, seven militants were killed and four others were detained, three of whom were brought to hospital. On December 26, Chechen residents reported that three wounded detainees were dead.

On his Instagram page, the Chechen leader has refutes the information about the deaths of the detained and hospitalized militants.

In the video report, the Chechen Minister for Public Health states that in the territory of the Grozny hospital, no scenes with shootouts and blackouts "did not happen and could not happen." The Minister has emphasized that the hospital is guarded and it has redundant power supply sources.

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

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