Leaders of Putin’s close ally, Chechnya, say his troops have been deployed to Ukraine.
Moscow (Reuters)-Ramzan Kadyrov, leader of the Chechen region of Russia and an ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, said on Saturday that Chechen fighters were deployed in Ukraine and gave Ukrainians their government. He said he urged him to overthrow. In a video posted online, Kadyrov boasts that Chechen troops have not suffered any losses so far, and Russian troops can easily occupy large Ukrainian cities, including the capital Kiev, but their mission is human life. Said it was to avoid the loss of. “As of today, there are no casualties, no runny nose,” Kadyrov said, denying false reports of casualties from Ukrainian sources.