Expert: Problems with justice of Rahat Aliyev forces him to use his last reserves to conduct information counterattack
Azerbaijan, Baku, July 18 /Trend, E.Tariverdiyeva/
Problems with the Austrian justice of Rahat Aliyev forces him to use his last reserves to conduct information counterattack, said a member of the Trend Expert Council, editor-in-chief of information-analytical agency Vestnik Kavkaza Alexei Vlasov said.
"Here the principle is working: the more the first persons to be "smeared" in the next sink, the better - Abramovich, Putin, "Chelsea" - everyone is getting into the matter," Vlasov told Trend, commenting on the interview of Rahat Aliyev with The Daily Telegraph.
According to Aliyev, Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev has allegedly asked Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin to influence the billionaire Roman Abramovich and arrange his grandson to Abramovich's Chelsea football club in London, The Daily Telegraph wrote.
Aliyev, former head of secret service of the Republic and also deputy foreign minister of Kazakhstan, has become persona non grata in 2007. Nazarbayev's son-in-law was accused of kidnapping the top managers of Kazakhstan "Nurbank".
Diplomatic immunity was withdrawn from Aliyev, and the daughter of Kazakh President filed for divorce.
According to Vlasov, the subject of compromising is becoming more limited with the "family scope". But for such an experienced fighter of the information front as Rahat Aliyev, the constraints do not exist in principle, Vlasov said.
With regards to the very essence of the question, then, according to the analyst, for Abramovich the ability to help with the temporary employment of the player "upon request" of close friends and influential people are not so impossible.
"One of the examples according to knowledgeable individuals is Alexei Smertin in 2003. After an unsuccessful transition to the Moscow "Torpedo" in 2003, from which Abramovich's close friend Mamut was trying to make a super club, former leader of the Russian team suddenly shifts to the Chelsea (16 games in three seasons), and was in a lease in stretch of time... in Portsmouth. There was no sports sense in Smertin's transfer, but there was an opportunity to "enter into the situation." But in a strictly limited framework. Formally - as part, but the players for the match are determined by the coach, but not by the owner," he said.
But in the current situation, this whole story has not the slightest relation to the desire to establish the truth or prove that Nazarbayev would do avarything for the happiness of his grandson, Vlasov.
"The problem is different. In the arsenal of "Viennese inmates" the cartridges end, but because the latest "information resources" got into the course, which does not draw on a full-fledged scandal," said the expert.