According to the Turkish service of the Kavkaz Center, the Caucasian Refugees' Human Rights Center in Turkey, Imkander, issued a statement condemning another killings of Chechens in Istanbul.
In a statement in Turkish, signed by its the chairman Murat Ozer (see photo), Russia is accused of the murders:
"The Russian state terror in Turkey continues to take lives of the Chechens who have been subjected to violence and murders by Russia since 1991. Russia continues to slaughter those who found refuge in countries around the world.
Berg-Khazh Musayev, Rustam Altemirov and Zaurbek Amriyev (martyrs, Insha'Allah) gained martyr's deaths as a result of the massacre in Istanbul's Zeytinburnu district.
There is no doubt that this is a continuation of a series of murders that have taken place before. Earlier, Russian special services killed in Istanbul Ali Osayev and Islam Dzhanibekov.
What is interesting is the media coverage of the brutal killings of Chechen Muslims. Local media quickly disseminated the information that defames the victims of the Russian state terrorism, arguing that it was a settling of accounts by the mafia.
They were forced to leave their homes and settle in Turkey. The silence of the authorities and the public with regard to the atrocities against our brothers in Chechnya is unacceptable. This policy of closing eyes on the murders opens a way for new murders.
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The Turkish government that gave shelter and the residence permits to these people, who were now massacred, should immediately take appropriate steps and call to account the Russian government which is behind these killings", the Imkander statement says.