terrorist no longer had any ties to Russia, says Moscow

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terrorist no longer had any ties to Russia, says Moscow


The Chechen assailant accused of beheading a professor in France had not had any links with Moscow since 2008, the Russian embassy noted on Saturday, quoted by Russian agencies.





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The Chechen assailant accused of beheading a professor in France had not had any links with Moscow since 2008, the Russian embassy noted on Saturday, quoted by Russian agencies.

“This crime has nothing to do with Russia, given that this individual had lived in France for 12 years and had been hosted by the French side,” Sergei Parinov, a spokesperson for the Russian representation in Paris, told the Tass agency. “In this case the important thing is not where he was born, but where, when and how he was converted to a terrorist ideology that Russia condemns, of course, in all its forms,” ​​he said. said.

The terrorist arrived in France at the age of 6

According to him, the alleged assailant who was killed, Abdullakh Anzorov, arrived in France at the age of 6 with his whole family, who obtained refugee status.

This status, still according to the same source, automatically leads to a deprivation of Russian nationality. “There has never been any contact with the embassy,” the diplomat also said, telling the Ria Novosti agency that all of his information on the assailant came from the French authorities.

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