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Ablyazov daughter files complaint over Italy deportation

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Rome, September 25 - The daughter of Kazakh
dissident and Oligarch Mukhtar Ablyazov on Wednesday accused
Kazakh diplomats living in Rome of kidnapping his family last
spring, and said Italian officials were complicit.
In a formal criminal complaint in Rome, Madina Ablyazov
named three diplomats who she said were responsible for
kidnapping her mother Alma Shalabayeva and her six-year-old
sister on May 31, while searching for her father.
She also called on authorities to identify Italian interior
ministry and police officials who "behaved against the law in
when expelling the woman and her daughter".
The pair, accompanied by Kazakh officials, were deported on
a private jet to Kazakhstan after they were seized in a raid on
a villa in Rome by Italian police under pressure from
Kazakhstan.
Named in the complaint are the ambassador of Kazakhstan in
Rome, Andrian Yelemessov; the counsellor for political affairs,
Nurlan Khassen; and the clerk to the consular offices, Yerzhan
Yessirkepov.
Madina Ablyazov is now living in Switzerland.
The case caused a major scandal in Italy when it became
known that Shalabayeva and her six-year-old daughter were
forcibly removed from Rome and sent back to Kazakhstan.
Later, Mukhtar Ablyazov was captured in France.
The former Kazakh energy minister stands accused of
embezzling billions of dollars from a bank he once ran.
Ablyazov has denied charges against him, which he claimed
are meant to remove him as a political rival to authoritarian
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev.

(photo: Madina Ablyazov)

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