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Ali Isik: “Ramzan Kadirov is Only a Puppet!”

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Ali Isik: “Ramzan Kadirov is Only a Puppet!”

Ali Isik, Kahramanmaras city representative of the Consular Agency of Chechen Republic Ichkeria in Turkey, has organized a press-conference and spoke about the activities and recent visit of Russian puppet Ramzan Kadirov.

“Recently President of Russian Federation Dmitry Medveved was the guess of Turkey and there were signed severel agreements between Turkey and Russia. But, Ramzan Kadirov was also participated to this visit with the title ‘President of Chechnya’. I belive that Turkey wanted to give some messages to Russia with this practice. Turkish authorities and Turkish people must know that Ramzan Kadirov is only a puppet of Russia. Ramzan Kadirov has no relationship with the independent Chechen Republic of Ichkeria idea” said Ali Isik.

“Kadirov serves for Russia as a fifth class officer, and works against Chechen independence struggle of Chechen nation for centuries” added Mr Isik.

He expressed that Chechen diaspora in Turkey demands more carefully and more sensitive approach from Turkish authorities on Chechen issue, and he added: “Puppet Kadirov who is under Russian wings, now is a basic servant under management of Kholoponin who was appointed by Medvedev. Such kind of servants cannot named together with Chechnya”.

At the end of his speech, Ali Isik pointed out that when we talk about Chechnya, people will always remember the our honorable leaders: Dudaev, Yandarbiyev, Maskhadov and Sadulayev.

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