Russia closed for thief in law Kolya Kyrgiz

Russia closed for thief in law Kolya Kyrgiz
Kamchibek Kolbaev (Kolya Kyrgiz)

Earlier the US authorities included the crime lord in the sanction list.

Notorious thief in law Kamchibek Kolbaev (Kolya Kyrgiz) is now not allowed to set foot in Russia. The undesirability of his stay in the territory of the Russian Federation was announced to him in the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic in Bishkek.

The special representative of the Russian Main Administration of Criminal Search in Kyrgyzstan first asked Kolbaev several questions, including - whether he is a thief in law? Kamchi noted that he does not answer such questions. And then the policeman notified the 43-year-old criminal that he was recognized in Russia as "persona non grata" by the decision of Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev.

Earlier, Kolya Kyrgiz was included in the US Treasury's sanction list, published at the end of last year. Besides him, it also features Zakhar Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy), Vasily Khristoforov (Vasya Voskres), Lasha Shushanashvili (Lasha Rustavsky), Vladislav Leontyev (Vadik Bely), Yuri Pichugin (Pichuga), Vladimir Tyurin (Tyurik), as well as, according to American authorities, businessmen, helping the crime lords - Ruben Tatulian (Robson), Alimzhan Tokhtakhunov (Tayvanchik) and Gafur Rakhimov (Gafur Cherny).

Prior to this, in 2012, Kolbaev was also ranked among the Brothers’ Circle - an organized criminal community of immigrants from the CIS countries.

Previously, entry to Russia was forever closed to Georgian thieves in law: Suliko Sharikadze (Suliko Tbilissky) and Gela Kardava, detained in Minsk in late January. A few days before, Gela's brother Gizo Kardava (Gizo Galsky) was also expelled from Russia.

As Kolokoltsev said in November 2017, seven thieves in law were deported from Russia by that time. With regard to 11 crime bosses, a decision was made on the undesirability of their stay in the territory of the country.

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