28 November 2002 MOSCOW, 28 November (Gazeta.Ru)–On 27 November the Russian Foreign Ministry issued a statement claiming that Georgia had no right to continue suspending the extradition of several Chechen gunmen detained on the border between the two countries. The statement was made after the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) gave into Russian pressure […]

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