Kadyrov asks Erdogan to extradite three militants detained in Turkey

MOSCOW, 5 Dec RIA Novosti. The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov has asked Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to resolve the issue of extradition of three fighters detained in Turkey before acting on the territory of Chechnya, reported Saturday on an official portal of head and the government of the Republic.

Previously Kadyrov said that Turkey has taken into custody the leaders of the terrorists operating in Chechnya: mahran are made Saidov, Vadalov Aslanbek and Tarkhan Gaziyev. According to him, these names are “well known in Russia and around the world”: each of them was organized and performed numerous acts of terrorism, assassinations of military, police and civilians.

“I appeal to You to please help to resolve the issue of extradition of criminals. It would be of tremendous value to bring terrorists to justice, and bringing to liability as prescribed by law”, stated in the message.

According to Kadyrov, this is especially important for Turkey, since “it is impossible to think of stability when in the country are known worldwide terrorists.”