Leader of Chechnya: “West will kneel when the war in Ukraine is over”

By the end of 2023, according to Kadyrov, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine will be resolved, and the West will own its errors and “kneel” before Moscow.

Major General Ramzan Kadyrov, the head of the Russian Republic of Chechnya, declared on February 7 that “the military operation will end at the end of this year.” “European nations will apologise for their actions, and the West will bow. As usual, Europe must work closely with Russia on all fronts. There is no other possible outcome “.

After the Russian incursion was over, Mr. Kadyrov stated he “wants to demilitarise and de-fascist Poland.” “I am open about wanting to do it. I have said time and time again that Poland should be the first nation in Europe to continue the fight against fascism. Thus, it must be delivered as soon as possible to the Poles. It transpires that their current political climate is quite challenging for them “Added Kadyrov.

Countries in Europe have not responded to Mr. Kadyrov’s remarks.

Prior to this, Polish Ambassador to the US Marek Magierowski stated in an interview that “the country must be prepared for any scenario.”

General Kadyrov’s security units took part in the Russian military campaign right away. Kadyrov frequently shares footage of Chechen soldiers in battle, occasionally criticising the Russian military’s choices, such as the one to remove troops from Kharkov province in September 2022.

The Russian Defense Ministry responded by explaining that the purpose of the force withdrawal was to reduce casualties on the battlefield. Kadyrov then urged the ministry to adopt a more aggressive offensive strategy.

General Kadyrov applauded the Russian Defense Ministry’s decision to withdraw its forces from Kherson on the west bank of the Dnieper in November 2022, saying it helped “preserve the priceless lives of servicemen.”

Akhmad Kadyrov, who led Chechnya as president until he was killed in a blast in May 2004, is the father of Ramzan Kadyrov. He was chosen by President Vladimir Putin to be the leader of the Chechen Republic in February 2007.

He has been a staunch supporter of the separatist movement in eastern Ukraine, and Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. He is a close ally of President Putin. The sanctions imposed by the United States and the European Union (EU), which target several of Putin’s close associates, included General Kadyrov.

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