The head of the Chechen Security Council Alaudinov threatened the Grozny court for the atrocities of the Ukrainian military Secretary of the Chechen Security Council Apty Alaudinov said that he hopes for the Grozny trial of the Ukrainian military who committed the atrocities.
This is reported by RIA Novosti.
“Once there was a Hague court, and I hope there will be a Grozny court over them, which will really ask them for the atrocities they committed,” the head of the Chechen Security Council said on the Rossiya 24 TV channel.
He pointed to the crimes of the Ukrainian military, which are documented in the cities of Lisichansk, Severodonetsk and others. “And the trial that will eventually happen sooner or later over the Ukrainian elite will be based on these documents that I am talking about,” Alaudinov threatened.
Earlier, Apty Alaudinov said that the accusations of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) against the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov can be regarded as recognition of his services to Ukrainians.
On August 26, the SBU 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.