Putin’s movement angered Kadyrov. “They always consulted with us. But now …”

Ramzan Kadyrov, leader of Chechnya and so far a staunch supporter and ally Putin, disagreed with the fact that about 100 soldiers from the Ukrainian Azov regiment were returned to Ukraine by the Kremlin. In the first months of the war, Chechen soldiers conscripted to help Russian soldiers clashed with Azov’s Ukrainian fighters in Mariupol when the Russians briefly occupied the city.

“I am extremely dissatisfied with yesterday’s news. The whole situation does not even make sense to me,” Kadyrov commented on Thursday in a post on Telegram, quoted by the Russian Meduza service. “Whenever combat or tactical decisions were made, they were always consulted with us, active participants in a special military operation. But now …” – added Kadyrov.

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