The SBU admitted that Kadyrov did a lot for the benefit of Ukrainians, they said in Chechnya

The Head Of The Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov. Archive photo

Secretary of the security Council of the Chechen Republic of Apti Alaudinov said that the security Service of Ukraine, putting forward the charges to the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has finally admitted that the head of the Republic has done a lot for the good of the people of Ukraine.

On Friday, the media reported about suspicion Kadyrov and his two subordinates of “war crimes”. The head of Chechnya said this statement and asked the SBU is to identify the place to be to find out who is the criminal and the terrorist.”Note that this statement, it is probably necessary to say thanks, because they thus acknowledged that we really did a lot for the people of Ukraine”, – said Alaudinov on Friday, the TV channel “Russia 24”.

The Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin instructed to initiate a criminal case in connection with the “manifestly illegal” bring the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov to criminal liability in Ukraine.

“In contrast to the APU and the fascist regime, we civilians don’t fire, don’t kill them for their shells every day,” added Alaudinov, noting that “all the remaining units, including special forces “Ahmad”, all the work so that there were no casualties among the civilian population.”

The daily shelling of the Ukrainian side of the civilian population of Donbass, he said, bring tremendous sacrifices, and for this it is necessary to ask the Kiev regime.

“And what about the fact that we are brutally treated prisoners well, unlike them we any body parts not cut, no torture was not satisfied. Those prisoners who are held captive by the Russian side, on the contrary, they ask about how to avoid being transferred to Ukraine, because they saw that the access to them is normal, and, of course, understand that if we put them there, they would again go to war, and they wouldn’t want us to fight,” – said Alaudinov, answering the question about the conditions of detention of prisoners of war.