Kadyrov’s representative: Chechen who had been abducted in Moscow did not come to Grozny
The media relations officer of the head of the Republic is convinced that the whole story is nothing more than coinage.
Alvi Karimov, a representative of a head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov, has commented upon statements in the media in regards with a woman from the Republic who had allegedly been abducted in Moscow. She was reportedly to have fled to Russia’s capital city in order for her parents not to give her in marriage forcedly.
Karimov says the story described by the reporters looks a lot like coinage, as there’s no certain data about the woman and her parents.
“Experts concluded that it was just a clumsy composition that had - strange as it may seem - been parroted by the media,” Karimov told Ura.ru.
He says he ordered to explore the CCTV recordings at the airport of Grozny, but no woman who had behaved inappropriately - with signs of psychological, moral or psychotropic pressure - was spotted.
“Who are we to rescue?” Karimov noted.
He emphasized that abductions are to be dealt with by law enforcers, and not volunteers. And more importantly, he believes that there can’t be instances when women are given in marriage forcedly in Chechnya. “You can’t find a young man in Chechnya who would marry a woman who is being given in marriage forcedly. This is disgrace when there’s no woman in the country who agreed to marry him on her own will,” Karimov said.
The media earlier reported that the 20-year-old young woman had been taken from Moscow to Chechnya forcedly for marriage.