On October 20th, French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanen said he was preparing for a visit to Russia.
He would like to discuss the possibility of returning to the country immigrants from Russia suspected of sympathizing with radical Islamism.
The issue will be discussed with Russian Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev at the end of the weekend ending on October 25th.
Darmanen made the statement on BFM TV during a press conference with reporters.
On October 16th, Abdulakhan Anzorov, an 18-year-old Moscow native of Chechen origin, chopped off the head of a school history teacher in Conflans-Saint-Honorine, west of Paris.
According to the investigation, he wanted to punish the teacher for showing his students Charlie Hebdo cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
As part of the investigation, 11 people were detained.
French President Emmanuel Macron announced plans to intensify the fight against radical Islamists. This is related to the murder of the schoolteacher.
Macron considers the incident as a terrorist attack. The French authorities announced the expulsion of more than 200 radical Islamists.
It is interesting to see if Russia would actually accept back these individuals.
After all Russia was countering their activities for years, and French and other Western countries and groups condemned the actions against these “moderate rebels.”
Many of them were “rescued” and were given “asylum” in France, as a frequent example.
These “moderate rebels”, however, now rescued, begin spreading chaos and killing your own citizens.
Now, hopefully, Russia wants to take back the citizens it was persecuting and France and co. rescued to begin with.
Earlier, in June 2020, Chechen groups and Algerian groups clashed for days around the city, with violence escalating each day and police largely helpless.
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