Police on Khovansky a Cemetery in Moscow
The head of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia and Tajikistan, Vladimir Kolokoltsev and Ramazon Rahimzoda held a telephone conversation, during which discussed a mass fight with participation of citizens Tajikistan on Khovansky a cemetery in Moscow.
According to the report, published on the website of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Tajikistan, the conversation of the heads of the offices was held on Saturday evening on behalf of the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon.
“During the conversation the sides discussed issues of joint cooperation during the investigation of the criminal case, the exchange of information on criminals and making joint operational-search measures on detention of criminals”, — is spoken in the message.
Heads of departments have reached agreement that before the arrest of the criminals of bilateral cooperation in this direction will continue.
The head of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia and Tajikistan discussed issues of cooperation in the investigation of the conflict in khovanskoye cemetery in Moscow
Mass fight with participation of vyhodcev from Central Asia on Khovansky a cemetery in Moscow took place on the afternoon of may 14. It princly by several hundred people. More than 100 people were detained. RBC source in the police told me that 50 of them had discovered the weapon. As reported TASS a source in law enforcement bodies, more than 40 people detained by police are in Moscow illegally, in the near future they will be expelled from the territory of Russia.
The clashes killed three people, injured more than 20.
The employees of the cemetery on the eve reported that the conflict occurred because of redistribution of spheres of influence. They noted that the conflict has evolved over several days. The source of “Interfax” in law enforcement bodies told that the workers Khovansky cemeteries were forced to pay ethnic group “tribute” on a regular basis, and that was the reason for the mass brawl. After the incident, the Director of the Khovansky cemetery was dismissed. Later the situation was commented by the mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin. He expressed confidence that the perpetrators will not go unpunished.