The head of Chechnya Kadyrov threatened Ukraine with nuclear weapons and “take all the cities”

The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, announced the continuation of the offensive of Russian troops in Ukraine and plans to take Kyiv.

“There will be offensive work, and not only in Mariupol but also in other cities, towns, cities, and villages,” Kadyrov says in a video on his Telegram channel.

According to him, the task of liberating Luhansk and Donetsk is paramount, and then the plans are “to take Kyiv and all other cities.”

Also, talking about Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine, Kadyrov offered his own version of the conduct of hostilities:

“If I were asked, I would first clear Luhansk, Donetsk, and then I would start work. If at least one mercenary is in Ukraine, I will declare a tactical nuclear strike at certain points to not joke.”

It should be noted that Chechens participate in hostilities from both sides. The battalions named after Dzhokhar Dudayev and Sheikh Mansour are defending Ukraine, and another detachment of volunteers is being formed, fully subordinate to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Since March 4, Kadyrov has announced 26 times in his telegram channel that the Ukrainian Mariupol is under blockade of the Russian military, including units of the Ministry of Internal Affairs regiment and the National Guard from Chechnya, will soon be taken.

In the battles on the territory of Ukraine, people from Kadyrov’s entourage were seen, who are accused of involvement in high-profile political murders. In particular, Ruslan Geremeev, suspected of organizing the murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov.

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