Kadyrov discussed loyalty to Putin
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, called himself twice indebted with his life to Russian President Vladimir Putin and said that he is always ready to carry out any of his orders.
This is how he commented on the words of foreign political scientists predicting his imminent end. The politician shared his thoughts on Telegram.
“I am an infantryman of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of Russia and do not belong to myself. I belong to religion, the Motherland and its interests,” he reasoned. Kadyrov noted that he is ready to carry out any order from Putin, even if it turns out to be a tragic ending for him.
The head of Chechnya also added that he might suddenly die when he finds out that there is someone more loyal to the Russian leader, to whom he twice owes his life. At the same time, Kadyrov called the publication of a political scientist speculating about his imminent end “cheap information spreads” that are aimed at sowing discord within Russia.