(en) kidnapping of anarchists in chechenia

Zaczek (gawlik@plearn.edu.pl)
Tue, 23 Dec 1997 18:52:50 -0500

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The director of the Chechen center in Cracow, Ampukaiev, said that it is possible that the kidnappers were paid by russian secret service and that the objective of this action was to prove the chechnians can't be trusted. However, Dzhohar Dudaiev - when he was still alive - has told Kurzyniec and Galinski not to trust anything Ampukaiev says.

Chances are that the chechens will not hurt them, because the two guys became quite known there, when they were organising convoys of humanitarian aid during the war. Also, chechens in general like polish people because of historical traditions of national uprisings, common to the two peoples.

The kidnappers didn't speak out to give any demands, so nobody knows (also chechen government) who they are, or in what part of the country the hostages are kept. In other cases, the kidnappers waited for many weeks before saying what they wanted.


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