Kadyrov named the number of Chechen fighters who took part in the SVO
The head of Chechnya Kadyrov said that more than 21 thousand Chechen fighters took part in the NVO
More than 21,000 Chechen fighters took part in the Russian special military operation in Ukraine. The number of those who took part in the NWO was named by the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov in his Telegram-channel.
He clarified that at the moment more than nine thousand military personnel are on the front line. “Each of them is provided with all the necessary uniforms and weapons, which allows them to effectively serve,” Kadyrov said.
The head of the region stressed that the issue of providing for Chechen fighters is under his special control. “I personally keep in touch with the commanders of the Chechen special forces. This allows you to quickly resolve any problematic issues and significantly increases the efficiency of their work,” he said.
Earlier, Kadyrov said that 300 Akhmat-1 OMON fighters went to the special operation zone.
On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a special military operation in the Donbass. After that, many Western countries reacted to this with harsh sanctions against Russian individuals and legal entities. In addition, several dozen Western companies have left the Russian market.
Source of data and images: lenta