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“Islamic state” (ISIS, a terrorist organization banned in Russia) has claimed responsibility for attacks on police in Chechnya. This publication reports the SITE, citing the IG, the Agency Amaq.
This information was indirectly confirmed by the Minister of the Chechen Republic for national policy, external relations, press and information Dzhambulat Umarov. In an interview with TASS he noted that the IG program is designed to instill in teenagers the ideas of the extremists, because in the ranks of militants are very young children. According to him, all the attackers on the police were minors, the oldest 16 and the youngest 11 years old.
Press Secretary of the head of Republic Alvi Karimov has informed that teenagers could act upon instructions from abroad: unknown campaigned for them in social networks.
He rejected recent media information about the series of attacks, according to him, consisted of one group of three in the town of Shali. Its members stabbed two police; currently, life guards are not threatened. One of the robbers attempted to commit a suicide bombing, but survived and was hospitalized.
Of attacks teenagers on police in Chechnya became known on 20 August. After some time, the head of the Republic Ramzan Kadyrov said in his Telegram canal that the situation in Chechnya, where there were attacks on police officers, stable.
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