Kadyrov: attack on traffic police unit is West novelty
One law enforcement officer died out of a knife wound; no one got hurt by an explosion of a grenade.
The Head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, called the attack on the policeman with a knife a novelty from the West and promised "the response to any attempts to destabilize the situation." He noted that “round-the-clock broadcasts of terrorism horns in social networks,” which deceive young people into crimes, must be destroyed.
“In Russia, there has never been a practice of attacking law enforcement officers with a knife. That is a novelty of Western countries, exported to Russia. Russia's enemies are trying to destabilize the situation, to divert strength and attention from creative labor, to keep us in constant tension,” Kadyrov wrote in his Telegram channel.
The Head of Chechnya advised to those who "is a scatterbrain" "immediately come to senses."
On July 1, in the Achkhoi-Martanovsky district, an unknown person threw a grenade onto the territory of the control post № 4 and stabbed a policeman with a knife. The offender was killed by retaliatory fire, and the wounded officer died on the way to the hospital, TASS reports. No one got hurt put of the grenade explosion.
The ICR in Chechnya initiated a criminal case on the fact of Encroachment on the Life of Law Enforcement Officers (Article 317 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).