Russia extradited to Tajikistan persons accused of grave crimes

05 june 2021, 12:56

At the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Republic of Tajikistan, the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation took a decision to extradite four nationals of that country, accused of perpetration of crimes against public security and public order, and against a person and property, with the view of criminal prosecution.

Thus, in August 2016, one of the accused, Anushervon Akhmadaliev, tried to incline nationals of Tajikistan to participate in the armed division and military operations in the composition of a terrorist and extremist organization on the territory of a foreign state.

Zieratsho Chushvakhtov is accused of the fact that in October 1997 in the Pyandzhsky District of the Khalton Region, he, acting in the concert with other persons, in order to conceal another crime, entered the house yard, where he killed a man and his two children with a firearm. A week later, he, together with other accomplices, committed another killing of a man and his spouse.

In May 2017, Shukhrat Ashurov, acting in preliminary concert with other persons, intentionally inflicted grave body injures to a man with a knife and axe.

Berkhuz Isroilov, who had been found serviceable by the draft board for service in the Armed Forces of the Republic of Tajikistan, in order to evade the service, left the military commissariat location and fled away, having committed desertion.

Owing to the coordinated activities of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation and organized close cooperation with the competent authorities of the competent authorities of the Republic of Tajikistan, positive decisions on extradition were taken.

Decisions of the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation on extradition entered into its legal force, and the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia was instructed to conduct their transfer.

In June 5, 2021 the accused persons will be transferred to Tajikistan by the special convoy.

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