During the 11 days of their stay in the neighboring country, the Chechen “guests” “knew how” to violate the rules of the road several dozen times.
A cortege of Chechen cars with Russian license plates, which was on the territory of Georgia from May 22 to June 3, received about 40 fines for traffic violations totaling almost three thousand dollars. This publication reports News-Georgia on Monday, June 5th.
Black cars with Russian numbers were previously seen on the social networks of Chechen businessman Aslambek Akhmetkhanov. The media called him a man from Ramzan Kadyrov’s inner circle and added that “delok” was connected to the criminal world.
The publication states that only one car has 13 fines for traffic violations. In total, the media, citing the data of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, counted about 40 fines for similar violations for the entire motorcade in the amount of about three thousand dollars.
The Chechen cars were in Georgia from May 22 to June 3. However, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the State Security Service of Georgia did not give any comments about the fines and where the cortege was in the country within of the specified period.
The cortege traveled around Georgia for several days, stopping in Tbilisi and Batumi and Natakhtar. Finally, on June 3, the vehicles left Georgia for Turkey.
Georgia’s parliament says the “visitors” are not violating the labor law, so there is no reason not to let them into the country.
It should be reminded that earlier the media said that the “Kadyrovites” were in Georgia for several days – their vehicles were noticed in Batumi.
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