“I would have taken Kiev long ago”: the head of Chechnya appealed to Putin with a request

Head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, has asked Russian President Vladimir Putin “not to delay the” military operation in Ukraine and give the opportunity to quickly complete.

“Please, again, very even asking the Supreme commander give us the opportunity to finish the operation and not to delay the operation,” — said Kadyrov in his statement published in the Telegram-channel allegations of SBU.

He also noted that if the “world community of 15% against us”, it does not mean that “the whole world is against us.”

“The 15% we can quickly subdue. Absolutely no problems. We spent his entire life at war, we are able to do. So wait for the surprise.”

In addition, Kadyrov said that “would have been taken Kiev”, but had not received such an order.

“And Zelensky, and others like him would have long sat in the basement for questioning…

Thanks to Putin that we are not allowed to take Kiev and to ask you in full, cheerful and resourceful”, — said the head of Chechnya to the Ukrainian President.

According to him, the Chechen units there were “very many” opportunities “to boldly go to Europe, to force them to change their decisions in the first place against the people of the state.”

“I’m very much ready and we are prepared much,” — said Kadyrov added: “When there is an order to stop the machine running is very difficult.”