Kadyrov invited Ukrainian propagandists to appear on the front line
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, urged Ukrainian propaganda not to scatter promises, but to appear on the front lines.
He wrote about this in his Telegram channel.
According to him, “Ukrainian propaganda has noticeably intensified” by the end of the week. In particular, he drew attention to the fact that some fighters of the nationalist battalions in the network threatened to attack and seize the Crimea. “It’s doubly ridiculous to hear this from those very Azov people who promised to recapture Mariupol, then promised to hold on to the death, and then they themselves came out to surrender with their pants down,” the politician noted.
Kadyrov urged them not to scatter promises and cheap threats, but to appear on the front line. At the same time, he promised to take the fight with less means and resources. “To fight with the disabled and pensioners, whom you forcibly throw into hell, is not the most interesting occupation for us,” he concluded.
In early February, Kadyrov said that the Russian military, located in the zone of the special military operation in Ukraine, was conducting a “dress rehearsal” for the destruction of Leopard and Abrams tanks, which Western countries had transferred to Kiev. According to him, the soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces destroyed the enemy MT-LB tractor transporter. He emphasized that foreign weapons “burn very beautifully,” noting that the Russian military continues to fill its hand in anticipation of the appearance of new types of Western equipment in the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Earlier, Kadyrov announced the dispatch of a new group of volunteers to the special operation zone. He clarified that before being on the front line, the fighters will pass the third and second lines.