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GROZNY, August 2. /TASS/. Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov reported on Saturday unauthorised interference in his page in the Instagram social network and did not rule out that it may be completely blocked.
"I have the impression that by page is periodically tampered - hundreds and thousands of subscribers have been removed, then something else happens. Repeated password change helps just for a few days," Ramzan Kadyrov wrote on his Instagram page.
He said that he suspects that someone or some forces do not like the content and tone of his comments on various events taking place in the world.
"I also do not rule out stronger interference and even complete blocking of my page," Kadyrov writes.
According to him, he has been regularly receiving messages saying that some or other user is blocked.
"If you have more than 2 million subscribers in various social media, you should be ready that not all share your opinion, not all are your well-wishers. I am a person who is very open to the public. I have no secrets, except for that a region’s head must keep by law," Kadyrov said.
According to him, he has not blocked or removed any of his subscribers and is not going to do this.
Kadyrov created an Instagram account in February 2013. Since then he has posted more than 5,600 entries with photos, news and comments on various events. The head of Chechnya also has accounts in the VKontakte, Facebook, Twitter social media, as well as a personal blog in Live Journal.
According to the Medialogy monitoring system’s rating, Ramzan Kadyrov was the most quoted blogger in the Russian media in 2014.