Between Moscow and Grozny, the conflict begins to intensify. Ramzan Kadyrov began to pursue independent policy in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier, Kadyrov announced that Chechnya was closing its borders and that citizens of the Russian Federation could only enter Chechen territory if they had a Chechen registration. And from April 11, those wishing to enter Chechnya must present a coronavirus test certificate.
This is reported by the NPF, referring to “Dialogue. AU “.
In the context of the fight against coronaviruses, Ramzan Kadyrov began to conduct an independent policy. To begin with, he decided to close the borders of Chechnya. You can only enter the republic if you have a Chechen registration. But from April 11, citizens of the Russian Federation are waiting for further measures – to get to Grozny, you need to present not only a Chechen registration, but also a certificate of success for the coronavirus test.
It should be noted that Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin declared that the closing of the administrative borders of Chechnya was unacceptable and asked to open them. But Ramzan Kadyrov did not respond to the request of the head of government of the Russian Federation.
Political analyst Andrei Piontkovsky, in turn, drew attention to the conflict between Mishustin and Kadyrov, and said that Russia had already “started a parade of small sovereignty”.
Earlier, we reported that in Russia, we opened criminal proceedings against an actor who had joked about the coronavirus.