According to Kuksenkova, after the statement about the exchange of Ukrainian Yulia Paevskaya (Tayra) for the son of Chechen Deputy Representative in Crimea Adam Gritsenko, the Chechen Information Minister called her and accused her of provocations and undermining the authority of the republic
Akhmed Dudayev < p>The Minister of Information of Chechnya Akhmed Dudayev called the war correspondent of Channel One Irina Kuksenkova after the announcement that Ukrainian Yulia Paevskaya (Taira) was exchanged for Adam Gritsenko, the son of Murad Saidov, deputy permanent representative of Chechnya in Crimea. Kuksenkova told about this in her Telegram channel.
“The Minister of Information of Chechnya Akhmed Dudayev called me (I don’t know where I got the phone) and announced his position on the current situation with Taira— stated with full responsibility that neither Isa Khachukaev nor Murad Saidov (according to Kuksenkova, these two were involved in rescuing Adam Gritsenko from captivity— RBC) they have nothing to do with the fact that Taira ended up in Ukraine, & mdash; wrote the military commissar.
According to her, Dudayev also accused her of provocations and undermining the authority of the whole of Chechnya. “But here’s someone, but I don’t need to tell how the Chechens are desperately fighting and shedding their blood in the NVO, I didn’t watch the war on the couch at home. This story is not about nationality, but about corruption, — emphasized Kuksenkova.
At the same time, she once again pointed out the competence of her own sources, with whom she has been working for 20 years and who “continue to stand their ground.” “[Sources] claim that the Deputy Head of the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine, Colonel Dmitry Usov, dealt with the issue of Adam Gritsenko, allegedly, he released Gritsenko from custody in Zaporozhye after Taira ended up in Ukraine,” & mdash; added the correspondent of “First”.
RBC turned to the Minister for National Policy, Foreign Relations, Press and Information of Chechnya Akhmed Dudayev for comment.
Earlier, the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, also refuted the information that Taira was exchanged for Gritsenko. “I declare with all responsibility that reports that the Ukrainian nationalist Yulia Paevskaya, nicknamed Taira, were allegedly exchanged for the son of my deputy representative in Crimea and Sevastopol, Murad Saidov— Adam Gritsenko, do not correspond to reality, & mdash; he wrote in Telegram.
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On June 17, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky announced that Taira had been released from captivity. According to UNIAN, she was captured in mid-March in Mariupol. The agency calls her a paramedic. “Country.ua” writes that earlier Taira was a member of the extremist organization “Right Sector” banned in Russia. Later, a video appeared with Paevskaya, in which she thanks Zelensky “for organizing this exchange.”
A day later, Deputy Head of the Ministry of Information of the DPR Daniil Bezsonov announced on his Telegram channel that the Ukrainian woman “was exchanged for our very serious guys.” . “Why there is no information about this from our side, I don’t know. Perhaps there is a reason, & mdash; he noted. Kuksenkova then stated that “there was no exchange, but there was a leftist muddy scheme, as a result of which Taira was in Ukraine.” “Someone Isa Khachukaev and Murad Saidov rescued Gritsenko Adam Muradovich (the latter’s son) who was detained in Ukraine. They also gave him 25 million rubles in addition, & mdash; the journalist wrote.
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