Akhmed Zakayev: why Putin released a million fugitives from mobilization abroad
According to Zakayev, Putin is moving toward the country’s isolation along the North Korean path.
Russian dictator Vladimir Putin specifically allowed about 1 million fugitives from the mobilization to leave the Russian Federation to get rid of the “protest electorate.”
This opinion was expressed by the Prime Minister of Ichkeria, Akhmed Zakayev, in an interview with Glavkom.
According to him, Putin is moving towards the country’s isolation along the North Korean path.
“Everything that connected it with Europe, and these are energy resources, has already been blocked. And the further, the more it will be blocked. Since the beginning of the announcement of mobilization, about 1 million people have left Russia. I think this was done on purpose to get rid of a potentially protesting electorate,” Zakaev says.
The prime minister of Ichkeria also noted that the scandalous head of Chechnya, Kadyrov, sends potential opponents of his regime to fight in Ukraine by force through blackmail.
Recall that the Verkhovna Rada recognized the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria was temporarily occupied by Russia.
- Ichkeria is recognized by only one UN member state – Ukraine. Ichkeria was formed after the collapse of the USSR on part of the territory of the Chechen-Ingush ASSR and was occupied by the Russian authorities in 2000.
- During the Second Chechen War (1999–2009), Akhmat Kadyrov and his son Ramzan betrayed their people and defected to Moscow. Now the territory of Chechnya is dominated by the dictatorial regime of Ramzan Kadyrov, who is completely subordinate to the Kremlin.