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Russia's strength lies in its unity

In order to fully confront the challenges of the 21st century Russia has to be united, the speaker of the parliament of the Chechen Republic Dukuvakha Abdurakhmanov told Vestnik Kavkaza. "Unity is the power of our territory. If we are united we will survive, if we are not united then Russian federalism will disintegrate and a civil war will start. Do our children or any other Russian people need this? Certainly not," Abdurakhmanov said.
The speaker of the Chechen parliament said that war unites peoples and recalled the Second World War and the Civil War of 1917-1922.
Dukuvakha Abdurakhmanov also said that the idea of national unity and of its importance for a strong state helped Chechnya to realize its mistakes and recover itself in the 2000s after the war.
"Unity is strengthened when society understands it is necessary and when the republic's leadership constantly works in this direction," he said, commenting on the unity of 44 peoples in Chechnya. "I am proud of the current situation in the Chechen Republic, because we have realized that when we live together - we have wealth; when we live apart we have a cultural hunger, a hunger for information, a literary hunger, and everything else applies here. Therefore the unity of the peoples in the Russian Federation should be strengthened," Dukuvakha Abdurakhmanov said.


Vestnik Kavkaza


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