They tried to kill him with a poison-soaked letter. According to the commander of the Chechen armed forces in Ukraine, Apty AlaudinovHe would have been attacked five days ago, but managed to spot the danger immediately and save himself. What happened is reported by Putin’s lieutenant in Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov: “Five days ago he was poisoned with a Letter impregnated with an unspecified toxinbut now he is healthy and still not in mortal danger”. His statements were quoted by the Interfax agency and the independent newspaper Meduza. According to the Chechen leader, the general noticed the poisonous substance “with a pungent odor” and “immediately took precautions seized”. Disinfect hands and nasal cavity». Kadyrov further reports that “even Alaudinov’s helpers who had touched the envelope” immediately took exactly the same measures and thus saved themselves. “All intoxicated individuals were hospitalized at a medical facility,” he added.
“Dad? Too old and out of touch with reality to be taken seriously.”
The commander then released statements about the pope and the interview in which the pope spoke about the cruelty of the Chechens and the taunts in the conflict in Ukraine. “I don’t feel offended by the pope, he’s too old to be angry with him,” Kadyrov said in an interview with Russian television broadcast by the RIA Novosti agency. “Fighters are the best people because they sacrifice themselves for others, but he can’t understand that,” he continued. «He’s spent his whole life in a monastery somewhere or I don’t know where and I think he’s forgotten what’s going on in the world, what life is.». Last November, Pope Bergoglio made strong statements to America magazine, defining “the most cruel of those who are from Russia but do not belong to the Russian tradition, like the Chechens, the Buryats and so on.” Words that provoked some reactions at the time, including those of the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Sakharovwho spoke of “perversion of truth», and the same minister Sergei Lavrov, who instead made the accusation «non-Christian statements». After the controversy, the Vatican officially apologized to Moscow: “The Holy See has great respect for all peoples of Russia, their dignity, faith and culture, as well as for other countries and peoples of the world.” Now Kadyrov resumes the discussion, rises direct allegations against the pope and calls him too old and unrealistic to be taken seriously.
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