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Meanwhile, in Nazran, Ingush opponents of the border accord staged a mass meeting at which they demanded not only that the border agreement with Chechnya be held invalid but that the border dispute with North Ossetia be revisited with the Prigorodny district being returned to them and Yevkurov being removed from office.
The meeting was peaceful but was surrounded the entire time by a large number of siloviki (, graniru.org/Politics/Russia/activism/m.273993.html,
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· Barakh Chemurziyev, a leader of the Support for Ingushetia opposition movement, says that Yevkurov will be better off if the Russian court rules against what he has done and that it is entirely possible that Chechnya’s Ramzan Kadyrov, not anticipating such a reaction to the September 26 agreement, may wish that it had never happened and that it would just all go away ().