Kadyrov asked President Putin to give fighters from Chechnya the opportunity to finish the special operation The head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to give Chechen fighters the opportunity to finish the special operation in Ukraine.
His comment is given in an audio message in the Telegram channel.
According to the head of Chechnya, there is no need to delay the execution of the tasks of the special operation. “Once again, I really ask the Supreme Commander-in-Chief to give us the opportunity to finish the special operation and not delay this operation. If 15 percent of the world community is against us, it does not mean that the whole world is against us,” Kadyrov said.
The Belarusian national battalion has appeared as part of the AFU.Who joins it and why? On August 19, 2022, Chechen fighters have been fighting all their lives and know how to do it, he stressed in his address.
“We can pacify these 15 percent quickly, there are absolutely no problems,” Kadyrov explained.
The day before, the Security Service of Ukraine charged the head of Chechnya and two of his subordinates with war crimes. In response, Kadyrov said that he was ready to accept the accusations from the Ukrainian side personally.
“Determine the place where we should appear. We will be happy to come and figure out who is a criminal, who is a terrorist,” he stressed. According to Kadyrov, the SBU has no honor, no conscience, no patriotism.