Ramzan Kadyrov On Russia Ukraine War: Ramzan Kadyrov, a friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has called for the use of “low-impact” nuclear weapons in Ukraine. Chechnya region chief Kadyrov said Russia should consider using low-impact nuclear weapons in Ukraine after a major new defeat in the war.
Russia confirmed defeat in eastern Ukraine, after which Kadyrov reprimanded top commanders for their failures and wrote on Telegram: “In my personal opinion more drastic measures should be taken. Declaration of martial law in border areas and less effective.” Nuclear weapons must be used.” Russia’s Defense Ministry on Saturday (October 1) announced the withdrawal from Lyman, a major stronghold and logistics hub for the Russian military in Ukraine’s Donetsk region.
Many of Putin’s aides also gave this suggestion
Several other allies of Putin, including former President Dmitry Medvedev, have also suggested that Russia may need to resort to nuclear weapons. Let us tell you that on Saturday (October 1) the Russian President has announced the merger of four cities of Ukraine into his country. The names of these cities of Ukraine are being told as Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhya and Kherson. Russia has the world’s largest nuclear arsenal, including low-impact nuclear weapons.
Kadyrov furious at the commander of the Russian army
Ramzan Kadyrov, the commander of the Russian army fighting in eastern Ukraine, has called Colonel-General Alexander Lapin mediocre. He suggested that Alexander Lapin should be demoted and his medals taken away. Ramzan Kadyrov has been vocal about the war in Ukraine. Kadyrov is considered close to Putin, who appointed him to rule the Russian territory of Chechnya in 2007.
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