26 November 2022, 16:35
Kadyrov introduces a mother of Aguev law enforcers to Putin
The President of Russia and the leader of Chechnya have discussed the situation in the republic and the work of Chechen units during the special military operation, Russian presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov reports. Before the conversation between Ramzan Kadyrov and Vladimir Putin, a mother of Aguev law enforcers represented Chechnya at a meeting with mothers of the participants in the special military operation.
The “Caucasian Knot” has reported that on September 11, Ramzan Kadyrov accused the Russian Defence Ministry of the mistakes made in the Kharkov Region. When pointing out the mistakes committed during the special military operation in Ukraine, Ramzan Kadyrov claims a more significant position, but the Kremlin pulled him down, political analyst Dmitry Oreshkin suggests.
Vladimir Putin met seventeen mothers of Russian military men, including Zharadat Agueva from Chechnya, whose two sons – Ismail Aguev, the commander of the “Zapad-Akhmat” battalion, and Rustam Aguev, the chief of the Kurchaloi ROVD (Interior Division) – are in the special military operation zone, the Kremlin’s official website reports.
Ramzan Kadyrov thanked Vladimir Putin “for his attention to mothers” and Zharadat Agueva. “She is an example of a real Chechen mother, who raised worthy sons and defenders of the Fatherland, whom all Chechens should be equal to,” the leader of Chechnya wrote on his Telegram channel.
On October 19, when speaking about the trip of his children to the special military operation zone, Ramzan Kadyrov stated that his children talked to fighters of the “Zapad-Akhmat” battalion and officers Ismail and Rustam Aguev.
In September, Rustam Aguev, the chief of the Kurchaloi ROVD, called on his subordinates to send to Ukraine those who use weapons during wedding party ceremonies.
Besides, on February 5, Rustam Aguev called on natives of Chechnya living in Europe to “cut off the heads” of Yangulbaev brothers and bring them to the republic.
Source: Caucasian Knot