Saturday, April 24, 2010

Chechnya’s war after the war

Exactly one year ago, April 16, 2009, the counterterrorist operation (KTO) in Chechnya was concluded. President Ramzan Kadyrov declared that day a national holiday for all Chechens – the day the war ended. Yet a year later, peace has not come to Chechnya.

Between April 2009 and March 2010, 85 law enforcement officers were killed in the republic and 168 wounded. Acts of terrorism continue.

The first post-KTO suicide bombings occurred less than a month after the declaration, in May 2009. Of the 57 terrorist acts registered in Chechnya between April 2009 and March 2010, nine were suicide attacks and a tenth suicide attack was averted.

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