Chechen leader Kadyrov threatens Poland

In a video, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov spoke openly about a possible attack on Poland. He said in a telegram that his forces were ready.

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has threatened to attack Poland. He spoke in a video distributed on his Telegram channel about the next phase of the war in Eastern Europe. “The Ukraine issue is already over. I’m more interested in Poland,” he said. “If there is an order, we will show that we are ready in six seconds.” He advised Poland to better protect “mercenary weapons”.

Chechen factions have been supporting Russian troops in the war against Ukraine since the beginning of the war. They are considered particularly brutal. There were repeated reports that Kadyrov was personally in the war zone. He distributes videos on the Telegram in which he vows allegiance to Moscow and Putin. He agreed to help in the Kiev storm.

It is not clear how many fighters from Chechnya are in Ukraine. Military expert Gustav Gressell estimates that there are several thousand against D-Online. How they are integrated into the Russian command structure is a mystery. Because there is no real evidence of participation in wars. No enemy forces were seen in the war videos spread by Kadyrov.

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