Initially, it was planned that representatives of the Usoyan clan, “neutral” “thieves in law”, including the same Petrik and Badri, as well as a group of Slavic gangsters, would take part in the meeting.
In the United Arab Emirates, a large gathering of "thieves in law" took place. Mainly Slavic “criminal generals” belonging to the clan of Aslan Usoyan, nicknamed Ded Hasan, took part in it. Usoyan himself planned to fly to the event, but he began to experience severe pain due to the received bullet wound. Now he is undergoing treatment in one of the capital's hospitals.
Influential “criminal generals” began to prepare a gathering in the UAE back in mid-May, when Aslan Usoyan carried out the “coronation” of five people as “thieves in law”: Oleg Pirogov, nicknamed Tsirkach, Chechen “boss” Gelani Bilalova, nicknamed Sedalova, who looks after the Moscow Region Elektrostal (despite his young age, he has completely gray hair), Alexandra Kushnerova and two other people. This happened immediately after the elders of the thieves' world imposed a ban on the "coronation" of mafiosi close to Ded Hasan. As a result, representatives of the rival clan headed by Tariel Oniani (Taro) considered the "coronation" illegitimate, and many lawyers who did not support either Ded Hasan or Taro in the criminal war did not agree with it. Among them were Badri Koguashvili (Badri) and Alexey Petrov (Petrik). In order to discuss the current situation, influential thieves in law decided to gather in the UAE.
Initially, it was planned that representatives of the Usoyan clan, “neutral” “thieves in law”, including the same Petrik and Badri, as well as a group of Slavic gangsters, would take part in the meeting. Before the event, Koguashvili developed an unprecedented activity for him (he was always very careful, he practically did not appear in Russia, almost all the time he lived in the United States). Badri began to consult with other "neutral" "criminal generals", at the end of May he flew to Moscow, where he met Petrik and Taro Gela Tsertsvadze's "right hand" at the Glamor Khinkalnaya cafe on Neglinnaya Street. All of them were detained by officers of the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department, Koguashvili had drugs with him, so he was sent to a pre-trial detention center.
After that, most of the "neutral" "thieves in law" refused to fly to the UAE. Aslan Usoyan himself could not take part in the “gathering”. He began to have serious pains caused by a bullet wound received last year, and the "thief in law" is forced to go to the Botkin hospital for treatment on a weekly basis.
As a result, only about a dozen "thieves in law", mainly "Slavs" representing the clan of Ded Hasan, reached the United Arab Emirates in a roundabout way. In particular, among those gathered were thieves in law Oleg Pirogov, Oleg Mukhametshin (Mukha), Vasily Khristoforov (Vasya Voskres). The latter was the organizer of the gathering. Along the way, the "criminal generals" celebrated the 4th of July birthday of the Fly.
Several issues were on the agenda. Chief among them was the conflict that has recently arisen between Mukha and Tsirkach. Once these two gangsters were close friends: when Mukhametshin was serving his final term (he was released in October 2009), Pirogov visited him in the colony, organized a friend's comfortable life in prison. However, then a cat ran between them.
During the absence of Mukha, the Tsirkach managed to quarrel with the influential thief in law from Lyubertsy Vyacheslav Shestokov (Plum). Lyubertsy is also the headquarters of Mukhametshin. In addition, the Tsirkach began to play too independent a game. Both Mukhametshin and Pirogov are extremely close to Aslan Usoyan, the situation could lead to a war within one clan. Therefore, Vasya Voskres and Ded Hasan decided to reconcile the conflicting parties, which they managed to do in the UAE.
The second issue discussed at the meeting was the case in Ukraine. In 2009, wanting to significantly expand his circle of influence in this country and get ahead of his colleagues in the criminal shop, Ded Khasan began to send messengers to Ukraine one after another. Thus, in October 2009 in Kiev, two representatives of the Usoyan clan were detained and then deported to Russia - “thieves in law” Merab Asanidze (Chikora) and Vasily Stanchu (Vasya Moldovan).
On April 26, 2010, Usoyan himself flew to the Ukrainian capital to meet with thieves in law Kamo Egiazarov (Kamo Moskovsky), Zurab Dgebuadze (Zura) and Georgy Uglava (Takhi) living in this country. They planned to discuss the latest events in the criminal world, the situation with the Ilyichevsk port, as well as the problems that arose in connection with the murder of businessman Shabab Aloyan in Kiev. But the GUBOP officers found out about the visit of the mafiosi, who detained Ded Khasan right at the airport. The very next day he was deported to Moscow.
After a failed visit, Usoyan decided to send a representative of his clan, Oleg Mukhametshin, to Ukraine. His task was to resolve several controversial issues that arose in connection with the supply of stolen foreign cars through the port. On May 24, 2010, Mukha was detained in Odessa; local police officers immediately sent him back to Russia. However, the "thief in law" was persistent. He bought a ticket in his own name for the Moscow-Odessa train for June 4. On this day, officers of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Central Internal Affairs Directorate of the Moscow Region detained Mukhametshin right on the platform of the Kievsky railway station. He had 3.5 g of hashish with him. Naturally, the "thief in law" was sent to a pre-trial detention center, but he was soon released.
And in 2011 it was Vasya Voskresa's turn to visit Ukraine. Since the beginning of the year, he has visited this country three times. During his visits, Khristoforov met with other gangsters, and also visited the serving time thief in law Yuri Pichugin (Pichuga is also a lawyer from the Usoyan clan). On May 12, Vasya Voskres was detained at the Boryspil airport and deported to Russia.
Also at the meeting, the thieves talked about the war between the clans of Ded Hasan and Taro.
There is nothing new here - no prerequisites for reconciliation are visible yet.