The representative of Kadyrov commented on the post Daudova about the dog...

The representative of Kadyrov commented on the post Daudova about the dog “Swede”

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Chief editor of the edition “the Caucasian knot” Grigory Shvedov

Photo: Alexander Chizhenok/TASS

According to the press Secretary of the head of Chechnya, Alvi Karimov, resonated the post of speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of Magomed Daudov no threats chief editor of “Caucasian knot” Grigory Shvedov

Press Secretary of the head of Chechnya, Alvi Karimov commented resonant post of the speaker of the Parliament of Chechnya, Magomed Daudov, “How to unleash the “Caucasian knot”, which mentioned the dog, “the Swede”. Chief editor of the edition “the Caucasian knot” Grigory Shvedov found this post a threat to your address, as well as against journalists covering events in Chechnya.

In published in Instagram post Daudova it was about the dog “the Swede”, who must, according to Daudova, to snatch “a couple of fangs “wisdom” but the language is cut to standard sizes”.

“Daudov never wrote that Shvedova needed to vomit. My personal opinion: Shvedova really want to be mean. They say about a dog “Swedes” and Swedes — dog, or what? Well, let consult with their lawyers,” — said Karimov RBC.

Contact by Magomed Daudova RBC failed, the Swedes call RBC did not answer.

Previously Grigory Shvedov said he believes that post a threat to him personally and to other journalists. In interview bi-Bi-si he said he was currently discussing with lawyers the possibility of application to the Investigative Committee and the Prosecutor’s office asking to check the statements of the speaker of the Chechen Parliament.

“Decisions not yet made, but there is reason to believe that the offense has”, — quotes the edition Shvedova.

“In my opinion, is a threat to journalists who consider it necessary to professionally cover the situation in the Chechen Republic, not focusing on the position of the officials. It is a threat to me personally, but it goes beyond personal threats,” — said the Swedes.