Kadyrov announced the sending of more than 600 volunteers to Ukraine
According to Kadyrov, the group includes not only representatives of law enforcement agencies and residents of Chechnya, but also volunteers from other regions of Russia
Head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov announced the dispatch of more than 600 volunteers to Ukraine.
«More than 600 soldiers in full gear and with a great desire to clear the lands of the DPR and LPR, as well as the whole of Ukraine from bandits, gathered at Grozny International Airport named after Hero of Russia Akhmat-Khadzhi Kadyrov»,— he wrote in Telegram.
He clarified that among them are not only representatives of law enforcement agencies and residents of Chechnya, but also volunteers from other Russian regions.
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The head of Chechnya assured that the tasks set by Russian President Vladimir Putin would be fulfilled, despite the “undeclared confrontation” USA and Europe “by the hands of Ukrainians”.
Earlier, Kadyrov published a video about sending fighters to Ukraine, which reported that the volunteers were fully paid for travel, accommodation and uniforms. They are also trained by professional instructors at the Russian Spetsnaz University in Gudermes. Volunteers receive 300 thousand rubles on the day of departure, and then $53 daily from the Russian Ministry of Defense.
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In early May, Kadyrov said that volunteers who had returned from a special operation in Ukraine were striving to go back to Ukraine and take part in hostilities and “put an end to the situation with the deficiencies polluting the earth's firmament.”
As an example, he cited a detachment assembled on the basis of the Russian University of Special Forces, from where 200 “goodwill soldiers” were sent to Ukraine every week. “Among the fighters, there are many who have already visited the Donbass quite recently and drove Banderists all over the territory,” — said the head of Chechnya.
Servicemen from the Chechen Republic have been taking part in a special military operation since the end of February. Kadyrov said that they are involved in the most hot spots of the operation. In mid-March, he said, 1,000 volunteers went to Ukraine. In early April, he again announced the dispatch of another 1 thousand people.
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