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UN office opening in Chechnya
7.12.2006 14:06
UN office opening in Chechnya

In the course of the UN report presentation, held in Moscow on Wednesday, December 6, it became known that the United Nations was planning to open their official representation in Chechnya in 2007 and ease the access of the UN officers to the republic. The process will start with regular organization of long-term missions to Chechnya, and the final aim is to open a permanent office in Grozny.
      Due to the new plans the UN will also have to increase the expenses on security provision in the region.
      It is marked in the report, that as the North Caucasus still remains a problematic region in terms of security and safety of humanitarian organizations` officers and development programmes, the UN and most of its partners are taking exceptional security measures, including armed forces and escorts.


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