The Security Service of Ukraine announced the indictment of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, about a special military operation in Ukraine:
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has charged the head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov, according to the official Telegram channel of the Ukrainian department. He is accused of participating in the development of plans for “military operations” on the territory of Ukraine.
“It is documented that in February-March 2022, Kadyrov personally supervised the development and planning of individual military operations, gave orders, listened to reports and reports of heads of units,” the SBU said in a statement.
The Kiev authorities accuse the head of Chechnya of “planning, preparing, unleashing and waging an aggressive war,” as well as of “committing deliberate actions to change the borders of the territory of Ukraine.”
In early March, Ramzan Kadyrov promised to reward the SBU employees who work “for Russia against Bandera.” According to him, such SBU officers who are rooting for the pure future of their beloved Ukraine after the end of the Russian special operation will be presented with well-deserved state awards and will be able to continue serving for the benefit of their people and country.