North Ossetian militiamen forced to go to weddings

North Ossetia police ordered to attend all the weddings held in the republic. The corresponding decree was signed by Minister of the Interior of North Ossetia Arthur Ahmethanov. It is reported by Interfax, citing the press service of the republican Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The collateral order will be authorized to engage in district police. Law enforcement officials must follow the weddings, not only during their conduct, but also in preparation celebrations. In addition, the district will have to identify potentially dangerous visitors with weapons.

The interviewee noted that this decision is due to the increasing number of incidents on the wedding events. According to him, after a weekend in the hospital republic regularly get patients with gunshot wounds received during the celebrations.

The press service of Ministry of Internal Affairs stated that over the past weekend in the hospital in Vladikavkaz were taken to three people, injured at weddings. Condition of one of them is estimated as very bad. In all three incidents prosecuted.

23 April 2010 | north ossetia, ossetia, police, wedding

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