Kadyrov explained the slowdown of the special operation in Ukraine

Kadyrov explained the slowdown of the special operation in Ukraine by the desire to minimize casualties. The Russian army seeks to minimize civilian casualties and not destroy settlements, which slows down the course of the special operation in Ukraine, said the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov in his Telegram channel.

According to the politician, Russia still adheres to the original task and continues the special operation without using all available resources. “We are trying to save the maximum number of civilian lives and not to destroy settlements,” Kadyrov stressed. He recalled that this is exactly the task set for the Armed Forces of Russia (Armed Forces of the Russian Federation) by President Vladimir Putin.

The Belarusian national battalion has appeared as part of the AFU.Who joins it and why? August 19, 2022 “All this, of course, slows down the course of the special operation, because if we just wiped out the positions of the Ukrainian military, we would have given up on them long ago,” Kadyrov explained.

Earlier, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that slowing down the pace of the offensive during a special military operation in Ukraine was a conscious decision caused by the desire to minimize civilian casualties.

BestaAdept