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Chechen authorities helped free Belarusian doctors from Libya

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It became known about the release of two citizens of the Republic of Belarus, who were actually in Libya as hostages. We are talking about Belarusian doctors Sergei Zdota and Inne Babush. They ended up in Libya back in the 2010 year on the basis of a previously concluded contract. After working for 7 for years in this country and going through the events of the “Arab spring”, Belarusian doctors were going to return home this autumn. However, they were denied to leave Libya. In this case, the doctors were told that if they refuse to continue working in Libya, they will be charged under criminal charges.


Chechen authorities helped free Belarusian doctors from Libya


The intervention of Belarusian diplomats did not lead to a positive result. But it had the effect of interfering with the situation of the head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov. Kadyrov’s representatives began to negotiate with the forces that held the Belarusian doctors. These negotiations were conducted at the request of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus.

The situation is reported on the pages of the publication. Kommersant:
The liberation process in Libya was carried out by Lev Dengov, the head of the Russian contact group on intra-Libyan settlement. As a result of coordinated work with the Foreign Ministry of Libya and the leadership of the Security Service of the Government of National Accord, as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus, we were able to contact Belarusian citizens, release them and take them to a safe place.


Ramzan Kadyrov himself notes that Adam Delimkhanov, deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, was also engaged in the issues of the release of Belarusian citizens.
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chechnyatoday.com
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  1. Gardamir
    Gardamir 27 December 2017 12: 51
    +3
    I understand Chechnya is a separate country?
    1. kirgiz58
      kirgiz58 27 December 2017 12: 58
      21
      Quote: Gardamir
      I understand Chechnya is a separate country?

      Where does this conclusion come from? It’s just that this person’s duties do not include solving these problems, but personal qualities and connections allow you to do this. Therefore, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and Belarus asked to assist, and evaluate the result yourself. And neh ... here sarcastically, people are free
      1. Black_Vatnik
        Black_Vatnik 27 December 2017 13: 04
        +4
        Yes, there are no personal qualities and connections. Most likely, Moscow does all this and only disguises himself as Kadyrov, creating a reputation for that ...
        1. kirgiz58
          kirgiz58 27 December 2017 13: 08
          +6
          Quote: Black_Jacket
          Moscow does all this and only disguises itself as Kadyrov.

          Well, if one "camouflage" produces such an action, then what will happen if the CAM appears firsthand, "the mind is not extensible" (c). laughing But in fact, who is violet, most importantly people are free.
          1. Black_Vatnik
            Black_Vatnik 27 December 2017 13: 14
            +4
            Not violet, Kadyrova create a reputation as a useful person and a patriot of Russia. And in Chechnya, the degree of Russophobia over the past 15 years has not decreased. A friend recently returned from a business trip, spent half a year there, they were told by the Chechen security officials, "Our time will come, answer for everything."
            1. kirgiz58
              kirgiz58 27 December 2017 13: 57
              +1
              Quote: Black_Jacket
              Our time will come

              Do you think Voronezh Moscow ardently love and vice versa? Until they eat salt in the trenches together, they look at each other as if they were a “food competitor”. And let those emanate anger — their time will never come.
              1. Black_Vatnik
                Black_Vatnik 27 December 2017 14: 09
                +3
                Do you compare the Voronezh and Achkh-Martan? Oh well...
                1. kirgiz58
                  kirgiz58 27 December 2017 14: 11
                  +4
                  I do not compare. I say that there is no agreement about us between ourselves, let alone others.
                  1. Black_Vatnik
                    Black_Vatnik 27 December 2017 14: 14
                    +3
                    I'm not talking about disagreement, but about hatred ... Do you really see the difference?
                    1. kirgiz58
                      kirgiz58 27 December 2017 14: 26
                      +1
                      Quote: Black_Jacket
                      not about disagreement, but about hatred

                      The difference I see is simply said by me "very neat." In fact, even the term "food competitor" involves breaking the opponent. Is your “love” wide and bottomless for them? Here it is. Any beast feels aggression towards itself, and even more so bipedal. I hope you understand - I'm not your enemy. Though with the nickname "Kyrgyz" smile .
                      1. Black_Vatnik
                        Black_Vatnik 27 December 2017 14: 34
                        +1
                        My nickname is "Black ..." As if hinting that I myself ... didn’t you understand)
            2. alexleony
              alexleony 28 December 2017 01: 23
              0
              For what, it’s interesting, to answer? Are they infringed on there or are they organizing genocide?
              1. Black_Vatnik
                Black_Vatnik 28 December 2017 02: 01
                0
                I hope you asked a rhetorical question ... For the answer is obvious.
            3. Seraphimamur
              Seraphimamur 28 December 2017 09: 36
              0
              This is so, vindictiveness and revenge are a characteristic feature for the inhabitants of the Caucasus. It is just necessary that their time does not come.
      2. Mikhail Filippov
        Mikhail Filippov 27 December 2017 13: 16
        +2
        I don’t believe in Kadyrov’s disinterestedness, but Kadyrov’s heard now, Kadyrov se ... I won’t be surprised if he, and not Grudinin, turns out to be the successor of the GDP, as some analytics of this portal think here
        1. Vita vko
          Vita vko 27 December 2017 13: 43
          +4
          Quote: Mikhail Filippov
          I don’t believe in Kadyrov’s disinterestedness

          In politics, there are no philanthropists in principle. But Kadyrov, unlike the rest, really pulls people out of the clutches of terrorists. This says a lot, including a powerful intelligence and security service. It is not for nothing that the Americans run into him like that, even through social networks, he deserves it, well done. American sanctions to him as a reward. Now he is a real master in the Caucasus. I think that it will be profitable for Russia to further strengthen its power. Negotiating with one person is always more profitable than with a bunch of elders, imams and field commanders.
          1. Mikhail Filippov
            Mikhail Filippov 27 December 2017 14: 07
            0
            He doesn't give a damn about American sanctions, because he has nothing in America. Sense - he is so
            Quote: Vita VKO
            real master in the Caucasus
            .
            And so - naturally this is the work of the FSB rather than Kadyrov. Well, you’ll agree that Kadyrov ordered the FSB to rescue the hostages. Kadyrov is just the face of this whole operation. The question is why is he?
            1. Vita vko
              Vita vko 27 December 2017 14: 31
              +1
              Quote: Mikhail Filippov
              The question is why is he?

              His face is quite media, but the FSB does not shine with his hands.
              1. Mikhail Filippov
                Mikhail Filippov 28 December 2017 11: 54
                0
                Kobzon is also a media person.
      3. Sergey53
        Sergey53 27 December 2017 14: 04
        +3
        If possible, then they should be used. Muslims among themselves more quickly find a common language.
        1. Mikhail Filippov
          Mikhail Filippov 28 December 2017 11: 55
          0
          When Muslims captured the Nord-Ost, negotiations with them were completely non-Muslims
      4. Gardamir
        Gardamir 27 December 2017 16: 56
        0
        Where does this conclusion come from?
        Well, if the great Lavrov, who was not supposed to be able to ex officio. and what are Kadyrov’s connections? Maybe he used connections in Syria?
        And neh
        yes you know somehow FSUs, maybe there is a communications governor in Russia who will help to stop shooting in the Donbass?
        1. Mikhail Filippov
          Mikhail Filippov 28 December 2017 11: 56
          +1
          Kadyrov is only the face of the whole operation
    2. allaykbar
      allaykbar 27 December 2017 13: 04
      +9
      I understand Chechnya is a separate country?


      All of you would like it so much. There would be a separate country - if Lebedev would become President.

      But Putin became the president, who completed these ridiculous gestures of previous politicians. And Kadyrov brought order to Chechnya.

      Both Kadyrov and from Ukraine pulled out our citizens.
      1. ando_bor
        ando_bor 27 December 2017 19: 49
        +2
        Quote: allaykbar
        you all would like it so much

        There aren’t as many all-mutters as there are in the tape here - State Deputies mercenaries, Ukrainians work with them, - they know the language very cheaply.
  2. Million
    Million 27 December 2017 14: 52
    +1
    We must at least somehow present them in a positive way ...
  3. Young_Communist
    Young_Communist 28 December 2017 15: 49
    +1
    Chechen authorities helped free Belarusian doctors from Libya

    We donate chtoli Aademik for free and pay tribute to Chechnya - let them work it out.
  4. Dr. David Livesey
    Dr. David Livesey 28 December 2017 21: 18
    0
    Black_Vatnik,
    And you, saying "Voronezh", who do you mean?