Moskalkova wants to make sure that she met real gone Chechens
The Ombudswoman promised to check the information of human rights activists, who claimed that in fact Moskalkova met brothers of the disappeared residents of Chechnya, not the very victims.
Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova said that she would request information on residents of Chechnya who, according to information of Novaya Gazeta, were missing.
According to the Ombudswoman, she was guided by the newspaper’s list in which personal data of the missing was specified: “They came to me with passports. And in their passports, there were absolutely precisely specified a surname, a name, a date, a month and a year of birth like those which were specified by the people empathizing the situation”.
Moskalkova has added that she would find out whether the missing have brothers and how do they look.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier with reference to Memorial center, during Tatyana Moskalkova's visit to Grozny, instead of the people mentioned by Novaya Gazeta as missing persons, she met their brothers.
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