The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov has told Vladimir Putin that his soldiers from the “Akhmat unit” are ready to move in the city of Bakhmut and “cleanse it of NATO” which will make the war in Ukraine far worse and more bloody.
In a signed letter to the Russian leader the warlord Kadyrov confirmed that his soldiers are willing and are ready to “to reclaim the city and cleanse it of NATO and Ukrainian Satanists.”
The Russia leader was promised by the Chechen leader that his order will be undertaken “in any case” and “several units” have already moved into position.”
Kadyrov has assured Putin that the Chechen army “will liberate” Bakhmut which comes as Ukrainian forces are under way with their counteroffensive.
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The Chechen warlord said, “Fighters are on combat alert; we are only waiting for an order. Several units have already moved towards conducting the ‘special military operation.’
“I am sure that in the near future, we will liberate the city, despite all kinds of rumours about some terrible counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
“We have already begun to develop our strategy of actions in this area, together with the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation, taking into account the tactics of the enemy and the resources at our disposal.”
Kadyrov has offered his “cannon fodder” to Putin as he is very unhappy with the Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin speaking out publicly against the ammunition shortages and blasting Moscow chiefs, Ukrainian newspaper, Ukrainska Pravda, reported.
On Telegram Kadyrov wrote, “If elder brother Prigozhin and his Wagner withdraw, the General Staff will lose an experienced combat unit.
“But younger brother Kadyrov and his Akhmat (battalion) will replace it in Bakhmut.”
The Chechen dictator added, “It is wrong to film the bodies of one’s killed brothers-in-arms to make a public splash. Let’s never do that.”
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