In Chechnya, said that the ban on entry into Latvia doesn’t matter to Kadyrov

GROZNY, February 25. /TASS/. The ban on entry into Latvia the matter to the head of Chechnya and for the whole Republic. Ramzan Kadyrov prefers to deal with issues in their region, told TASS Minister of the Chechen Republic for national policy, external relations, press and information Dzhambulat Umarov.

As reported, the Latvian foreign Ministry denied entry into the country of 49 foreigners from the so-called Magnitsky list. According to Latvian media, list is the name of Ramzan Kadyrov.

“I will not say sarcastic, I will say calmly: sure, any difference the ban has no for the head of Chechnya, who did not care about the next outburst of the Latvian authorities in favor of the colleagues from NATO, – said Umarov. – What difference does it (prohibition of entry) may have on the Chechen Republic, the head of which prefers to be with his people in the region and deal with his problems? We regret to relate to what trying to Express the Republic of Latvia. It is a pity, wonderful country, good capital”.

Earlier in February, the Parliament of Latvia approved the draft decision, which is similar to the American “Magnitsky act”. For this document voted 60 deputies voted against it and seven MPs, three abstained. In the US, the “act on the rule of law and accountability name of Sergei Magnitsky” (the so-called “Magnitsky Act”) is part of the law on the abolition of the amendment of Jackson – Vanik, acting for the Soviet Union and Russia from 1974 to 2012. It entered into force in December 2012.