"Kadyrovites" became the most valuable exchange material for Moscow
According to the political scientist, for the head of Chechnya to keep his fighters is also a task for the future.
There is a sequence of exchanges of Russian prisoners of war from Ukraine. In the interests of the Kremlin, the Russians first want to take away the captured soldiers that are beneficial to them. We are talking about "Kadyrovites".
As Russian political scientist Mikhail Savva said on the air of the FreeDom project, such an interest on the part of the Russian Federation in particular to the "Kadyrovites" is not surprising.
This is extremely important for the head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, and he has a huge influence on the inhabitants of the Kremlin. This is a matter of Kadyrov's prestige.Mikhail Savva
According to the political scientist, for the head of Chechnya to keep his fighters is also a task for the future. He is confident that Kadyrov is actively preparing for the socio-political instability of Russia.
Kadyrov understands that the Kremlin's grip can weaken at any moment. This has already happened in the history of the Russian Federation. And then unpredictable events will begin. In this case, he personally will need dedicated fighters.Mikhail Savva
At the same time, the Kremlin is least interested in exchanging prisoners from distant regions. We are talking about the Buryats, representatives of the Far East.