06 August 2003, 20:30

Requests of relatives of the ?disappeared? are continually received in Society for the Russian-Chechen Friendship

On August 4 Ibragimov Arbi Sultanovich, a citizen of Urus-Martan, applied to the Ingush office of the Society for the Russian-Chechen Friendship to request help in the search of his brother Ibragimov Zaur Sultanovich (1975 year born).

Arbi Ibragimov told that his brother had been detained by the Russian military men in Urus-Martan on September 18, 2000. In accordance with Arbi?s evidence, along with his brother six more men underwent ungrounded detention that day. Up to now the fate of these people remains unknown.

The brothers Musa and Isa Sadulayevy from the village of Komsomolskoye also applied to the Society. They asked help in the search of their relative 30-year old Zaynap Saydulayeva, who had been detained by power structure officers together with his nephew a month ago. After some time the nephew was set free, but he was not able to explain anything as he was heavily beaten and crippled. The fate of Zaynap Saydulayeva remains unknown.

Source: Society for Russian-Chechen Friendship

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