Ibrahim of Kazan
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İbrahim khan (died 1479) was a ruler of Kazan Khanate (since 1467). He was the son of Mäxmüd. He was crowned after Xalil's death and was married to his wife Nursoltan. In 1467–1469 and 1478 he participated in wars against Muscovy. After the treaty concluded with Ivan III, all Russian prisoners of war were liberated. He was a supporter of policy of non-intervention to Muscovy's politics.
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