The leader of Russia’s Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, on Saturday called on the Russian army to use “low-power nuclear weapons” in Ukraine.
A strong message. The leader of Russia’s Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, sent a telegram calling on Russia to use “low-power nuclear weapons” in Ukraine.
“We have to carry out the military special operation in the truest sense of the word and not have fun playing it,” scoffed this Kremlin stalwart, who was in Moscow on Friday to formalize the annexation of Ukrainian lands to Russia.
In his message, Ramzan Kadyrov complained that the Russian colonel general in charge of operations around Lyman, Alexandre Lapin, “did not provide the necessary communications, interaction and ammunition supplies to the soldiers involved in the defense of this eastern Ukrainian city “, from where the Russians withdrew on Saturday in favor of the Ukrainians.
The Chechen leader, who holds his Caucasian republic with an iron fist, also marveled at the chain of command in the Russian army and the feedback given to Russian President Vladimir Putin.