The Chechen leader brags that Russia has enough troops to occupy Kyiv.

The head of Chechnya, Kadyrov, thinks that, given the right orders, Russian soldiers might currently seize numerous important Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv, Kharkov, and Odessa.

“We have sufficient forces to march on Kiev and seize the capital. All military, police, and National Guard units—including those that do not fall under the purview of the ministry—are prepared to obey commands from the general supreme commander. The president will make a decision, “In an interview that was shown today on Russian official television channel Rossiya-1, Ramzan Kadyrov, the leader of Chechnya, remarked.

According to Kadyrov, the early April 2022 evacuation of soldiers from the Ukrainian districts of Kyiv and Chernihiv was a tactical choice intended to “implement required military policies.” At the time, the departure was referred to as a realignment of forces with a concentration on the Donbass front by the Russian Ministry of Defense.

The Chechen leader stressed that Russia has not used all of its force and declared that “the missions of the special military operation will be 100% completed this year” in reference to two significant cities in northeastern and southern Ukraine. He said that “Kharkov and Odessa must be taken” to ensure national security.

In the absence of a “direct one-on-one interaction” with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Kadyrov argued that it would be “inappropriate” to engage in negotiations.

Officials from Ukraine have not responded to the report.

Russian officials have reportedly started to intensify hostilities and increase the frequency of attacks in the Lugansk and Donetsk regions, according to Ukrainian officials, who have previously warned of the possibility that Moscow will launch a major offensive to commemorate a year of military operations. The Russian military is intensifying its campaign to seize control of the Donetsk area city of Bakhmut and launching other attacks on other cities, including Ugledar.

Russia can conduct a significant offensive effort to change the situation after experiencing numerous failures, according to the West and Ukraine. They believe that while it would be challenging for Russia to strike Kiev like it did in February 2022, it is still possible for it to retake the territories that Ukraine regained control of in its counterattack the previous year and to find a means to take over the entire Donbass region.

Akhmad Kadyrov, the former ruler of Chechnya who was killed in a blast in May 2004, is the father of Kadyrov. He was chosen by Russian President Vladimir Putin to serve as the republic of Chechnya’s leader in February 2007.

He is seen as President Putin’s close buddy and has been outspoken in his support for both Russia’s annexation of the Crimean Peninsula and the separatist movement in eastern Ukraine. The US and the European Union (EU) have included Ramzan Kadyrov on their sanctions list, which also includes several of the Kremlin leader’s close allies.

About 10,000 Chechen soldiers, according to Kadyrov, were involved in the military campaign in Ukraine in October 2022, and “70,000 more are ready to fight in case of need.”

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