The organizers of the rally in Magas announced its completion

© RIA to Novoshepelychi in fotoannunci rally in Magas for the abolition of the agreement on the border between Ingushetia and Chechnya. 31 October 2018The organizers of the rally in Magas announced its completion© RIA to Novoshepelychi the image Bank

The organizers of the rally against the agreement on the border with Chechnya in Magas said on its completion the participants were asked to go home, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.

The organizers of the rally in Magas announced its completion© RIA Novosti / Maxim to Aminopherase in photobacteria all boundaries. Why so long to rally insuserprincipal of the Council of teips of Ingushetia Massag Uzhakhov on the square near the building of television and radio in Magas announced the completion of the rally. He added that on Friday, Magas will be the Republican Friday prayer and urged residents who plan to visit, not to cause inconvenience and traffic congestion. Uzhakhov thanked protesters for patience. The participants of the meeting also decided to visit the memorial in Nazran to honor the memory of those killed during the Ossetian-Ingush conflict in autumn 1992.

The head of Ingushetia, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov and the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov on September 26 signed an agreement on establishing the administrative border between the two republics. The parliaments of both countries ratified the document on October 4, the same day, Yevkurov and Kadyrov, signed a law approving it. After signing the agreement, some residents of Ingushetia staged a rally, demanding the cancellation of the agreement and wide-ranging discussion on the establishment of administrative boundaries. Later, the authorities of Ingushetia agreed to hold a rally in the center of Magas from 8 to 17 October and from 31 October to 2 November.

In accordance with the agreement on the border of Ingushetia received more than 7 thousand hectares of protected forest land previously owned by Lamutskoe forest of Chechnya. In addition, the regions exchanged in equal areas of land of 1.8 hectares in the Northern areas.

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