Pro-Russian Regime Admits the Recent Abductions in Chechnya
Sources close to Waynakh Online have reported that Ramzan Kadyrov, head of the pro-Moscow regime in the Russian occupied Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, has spoken about the abduction of more than 20 civilians.
According to the information, on February 18, a meeting was held with all of the ministers and regional representatives of the pro-Moscow regime. Ramzan Kadyrov gave new orders and explained what the regime had achieved during the last month. He said that after the assassination of Chechen field commander Khuseyn Gakayev, during special operations of his personal armed bandits and Russian soldiers in different villages, they captured more than 20 Chechen civilians who were providing food to the group at various times.
During the meeting, Kadyrov said that “this evil must end for forever. The problem is clear, but we will continue until the complete destruction of these bandits and their minions. Soon they will overtake their fate, either dead or in prison”.
On the other hand, on February 19, some of the hostages were humiliated in front of television cameras. Ramzan Kadyrov yelled to the hostages who were older than him.
*Text was written by Waynakh Online and edited by Michael Capobianco