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GROZNY, September 6. /TASS/. Chechnya presents an example of peace and accord, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov wrote on his Instagram account on occasion of the Day of Civil Accord and Unity marked in the republic on Sunday.
The holiday was established in 2002 by Chechnya’s first President Akhmat-Khadzhi Kadyrov.
"It was an extremely difficult period, when human lives were claimed literally every day, when international terrorists and Wahhabis vandalized the republic which was in shambles. Akhmat-Khadzhi believed that different time would come soon, when Chechnya is back on its feet turning into a prosperous peaceful land, when its villages and cities are revived. He was confidents that unity and accord were needed for that, that it was vital to consolidate the split and divided society," Kadyrov wrote.
"For years, we have had not a single religious or interethnic conflict. People born in other cities and regions of the country come to live here. Acclaimed foreign politicians and religious figures say that the post-war settlement experience of the Akhmat-Khadzhi Kadyrov team should be used in settling armed conflicts protracting for decades in various corners of the Earth," he noted.