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In Chechnya, urged the US "to keep quiet about human rights"

The speaker of the Parliament of the Chechen Republic Magomed Daudov urged the politicians "to keep quiet about human rights" in response to the entering of the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov in the black list.

The U.S. state Department on Monday announced the introduction of Kadyrov in the black list of persons, involved, according to authorities, the violation of human rights.

"Apparently, Mr. (Secretary of state Mike) Pompeo forgot about what the country represents. Against the background of developments in the US and directly related to the violation of human rights, he, like other American politicians, should have shut up about "human rights". As they say, "the mote in another's eye more prominent than the beam in your own," wrote Daudov in his Instagram.

According to him, in Chechnya, the rights of man and of the citizen raised to the rank of priority tasks of state and the head of the Republic Ramzan Kadyrov is the guarantor of rights and freedoms.

"The Chechen people love their leader cares about them and protects him. And its sanctions reserved for those whom they really are. Because we have to, as they say, "with a high bell tower..." concluded Mr Daudov.

The blacklisting means a ban on entry into the United States. Previously Kadyrov has already been included in the sanctions list of the U.S. Treasury.