Kadyrov announced plans to “demilitarize” NATO
According to the head of Chechnya, after the capture of Kyiv, Poland is next in line =”Kadyrov announced plans to “demilitarize” NATO” />
Head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov announced “grand plans” on “demilitarization” NATO countries.
“We are already developing a plan for the demilitarization of NATO countries, and the first in line after the capture of Kyiv— Poland»,— he wrote on Telegram.
In mid-March, Kadyrov published an article entitled “The Collapse of the Unipolar World” in which he discussed the reasons for the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine. He repeated the theses of the Russian leadership that NATO did not fulfill its promise not to move east, while the West at the same time fueled Russophobic sentiments inside Ukraine. In addition, he mentioned the shelling of the territories of the DPR and LPR after the referendum on the independence of the republics held there, Kyiv’s failure to comply with the Minsk agreements, “sanctions series” against Russia, as well as the threat of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to withdraw from the Budapest Memorandum, according to which Ukraine renounces nuclear weapons in exchange for security guarantees.
At the end of June, the head of Chechnya already threatened to “take away Warsaw, Poland , Romania". The larger the country, the more interesting. <…> We will dictate our rules, & mdash; he said.
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