The head of Putin’s administration in Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, intends to ask the president of Russia to let him go to Donbas to “kill the devils.”
He stated this in an interview with “NTV,” (a major Russian TV channel – Ed.).
Kadyrov was angered by the fact that some Members of Ukrainian Parliament allegedly supported the December 4 events in Grozny and called them “devils.”
“I intend to ask the President (Vladimir Putin – Ed.) to release me from the my post to go to the Donbas to protect the interests of those citizens who today are fighting there,” – Kadyrov announced. “To catch and destroy devils just like these, because they have no honor and conscience,” – he added.
As you know, on December 4 in Grozny, the capitol of Chechnya, there were clashes between Russian Federation security forces and Chechen rebels, which the authorities consider to be terrorists.
Also Kadyrov demanded to abduct and bring to Grozny Ukrainian parliamentarians who allegedly supported the raid.
For the threats against parliamentarians, Ukraine’s Ministry of Interior started an inquiry in respect of Kadyrov.