Kadyrov asked people to fund his private army Kadyrovits
Advised Russia to use small nuclear weapons
Kadyrov also talked about sending his three teenage sons to war in Ukraine.
Moscow. Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, a close associate of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has launched a fundraising campaign for his private army fighting on behalf of Russia. In a message on Telegram, Kadyrov asked people to fund the Chechen security forces and allegedly his private army Kadyrovits. In a message in Russian, Kadyrov said he would never stop helping the Russian military. He said anyone can help our army, contribute for our country. Along with the message, Ramzan Kadyrov also shared a video message.
After appealing for donations, screenshots of the money sent by the people were shared by Kadyrov and thanked. He also thanked a person Armaan for giving ten thousand rubles and Vladimir, Sergei Svts, Zhanna, Svetlana Svetalaya, Rulan, Askold, Lyudmila and Andromed. Kadyrov said these people are patriots, it’s good to see so many people supporting us.
Talked about sending three underage children to war
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has spoken of sending his three teenage sons to fight in the war against Ukraine. According to a report by the Middle East news channel Aljazeera, Kadyrov said he would send his three teenage sons to the front to fight in the war in Ukraine to help Russia. On the Telegram messaging app, Kadyrov posted a video of his children, Akhmat, 16, Eli, 15, and Adam, 14, with arms.
Kadyrov, who commanded a private army fighting in Ukraine, had previously demanded that the commander of the Russian army in eastern Ukraine be stripped of his medals and sent to the front to fight. He criticized Colonel General Alexandre Lapin, calling him mediocre. The Chechen leader has started denouncing military leaders since the withdrawal of Russian forces from the main town of Lyman in eastern Ukraine.
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FIRST POST: October 05, 2022, 2:37 PM HST