The journalist «the New newspaper» Nurmatov was born in Uzbekistan, not Russia

© Photo : Ali Feruza account in FacebookЖурналист New newspaper Hudaberdi Nurmatov. Archive photoThe journalist «the New newspaper» Nurmatov was born in Uzbekistan, not Russia© Photo : Ali Feruza account in Facebook

Subject to extradition to Uzbekistan the journalist «the New newspaper» Hudaberdi Nurmatov was born, studied and spelled out in Uzbekistan, but not in Russia, follows from the documents available to RIA Novosti.

Earlier, the chief editor of «Novaya Gazeta» Dmitry Muratov said that Nurmatov was born in Russia, his mother lives in the Altai region, so the extradition according to the law impossible.

Basmanny court of Moscow on the eve decided to expel from Russia Nurmatov, which is the correspondent of «Novaya Gazeta» for violations of immigration laws. As reported by the newspaper on its website, Nurmatov (alias Ali Feruz), which previously was denied temporary asylum in Russia, was detained on Tuesday in Moscow near the office.

«Nurmatov Hudaberdi Turgunaliev was born in Kokand city of Uzbekistan,» had been filled in by hand in the questionnaire of the applicant, Russian state high school with the state registration of the Central spiritual administration of Muslims. There are also registration. A law enforcement source claims that Nurmatov he filled out a questionnaire. The document was signed and dated 2006.

Also the document says that Nurmatov from 1993 to 2005, he received secondary education at school in Uzbekistan and an Uzbek passport.

In addition, as stated in the decision of the interior Ministry in the Moscow region on the basis of re-examination of the application Nurmatov about temporary asylum, the applicant stated that he was born in Kokand, the native language – Uzbek. Thus from birth to Nov 2008 Nurmatov lived in Uzbekistan, from November 2008 to March 2009 in the Kyrgyz city of Osh, and from March to June 2011 in Kazakhstan’s Alma-ATA.

According to the source RIA Novosti in the police, Nurmatov is illegal in Russia in 2011 and 2012 without a single identity document: then he allegedly lost expired passport for five years so it was never restored. In addition, according to the source, in 2015 Nurmatov works in «Novaya Gazeta» without a work permit.

Also, according to a source in law enforcement bodies, Nurmatov in 2008 took place in the case of recruitment to radical Islamist organization «AK Takfir Wal-Hijra» (banned in Russia). Convicted of terrorism by the Oktyabrskiy district court in 2009, the resident of Tambov Alexey Nikitin said that Nurmatov got him involved in extremist activity, dealing with recruitment to illegal armed groups.