Journalists on duty at the police station in Moscow after detention Dzhabrailov

© RIA Novosti / Daniil Shirimetsuretsu about OVD China-a City, where the businessman Umar DzhabrailovJournalists on duty at the police station in Moscow after detention Dzhabrailov© RIA Novosti / Daniil Sheremet

A large number of reporters are on duty near the police Department «China town» in connection with the arrest of former Senator Umar Dzhabrailov, and the information gathered there about the Chechens is not true, the correspondent of RIA Novosti from the event.

Earlier in mass media there was information that near the police station «Kitay-Gorod», which, according to some, was delivered to the detainee at night, the businessman Dzhabrailov, allegedly gathered crowds of Chechens to support his countryman.

Before entering the yard a lot of journalists with cameras. The entrance to the yard is blocked with a metal fence, a barrier, behind which stand two police officers. At the same groups of people, which could be mistaken for Chechens, the correspondent of RIA Novosti is not found.

Earlier, a source reported that the police opened a criminal case on hooliganism after the incident last night in the Moscow hotel, where the shooting into the ceiling with a premium gun, was detained a suspect Dzhabrailov. Officially, the police confirmed the initiation of proceedings without mentioning the name of the suspect.

As reported on the website of the Russian-Qatari business Council (rkbc), Umar Dzhabrailov, a prominent businessman of Chechen origin, is engaged in the construction, headed by CRBC and the Board of Trustees of the Moscow Museum of modern art.

In 2004-2009 he was a member of the Federation Council, was a member of committees on economic policy and on international Affairs. According to media reports, in 2000, Dzhabrailov participated in the elections of the President of Russia, gaining 0.1% percent of the vote.

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