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More and more civilians leave Chechnya

Publication time: 23 January 2013, 13:31

An American government Chechen language station, "Radio Marsho" has reported that on a daily basis 50-60 people are leaving the Russian-occupied CE province of Chechnya.

According to the report, about 200,000 Chechen asylum seekers and refugees live in the various European countries and America. But this number is continuing to grow because civilians in the Russian-occupied country are selling their houses and leaving their homeland with their families. On a daily basis, at least 50-60 people leave for Europe.

An employee at a pro-Russian regime's passport department, who would like to remain anonymous, told Radio Marsho that about 60,000 Chechen civilians have applied for passports at the moment, and most of them are waiting for their passports to leave the country.

 

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