Khadizhat Kadyrova and Ramzan Kadyrov. Photo:

02 February 2024, 16:25

Kadyrov’s second daughter gets ministerial post at her father’s administration

Khadizhat Kadyrova, a 24-year-old daughter of Ramzan Kadyrov, has been appointed the first deputy head of the administration of the leader and government of Chechnya. She has been entrusted with supervision of the social block.

The “Caucasian Knot” has reported that on November 13, Akhmat Kadyrov, an 18-year-old son of the leader of Chechnya, was appointed the Deputy Minister for Physical Culture, Sports, and Youth Policy of the republic, despite having no higher education required by the law for appointment to such a position.

In Chechnya, almost the entire control system is tied personally to Ramzan Kadyrov and the people affiliated with him. The leader of Chechnya has ten own children, including four sons (Akhmat, Zelimkhan, Adam, Abdullakh) and six daughters (Aishat, Karina (Khadizhat), Khedi (Khutmat), Tabarik, Ashura, and Eishat).

Ramzan Kadyrov has announced in his Telegram channel the new appointment of his daughter Khadizhat (her middle name is Karina) Kadyrova.

The proposal to appoint Khadizhat Kadyrova formally came from Galas Taimaskhanov, the head of the administration of the leader and government of Chechnya, who noted her achievements at the previous place of service and in her communication with public organizations.

“Khadizhat Kadyrova actively participates in major all-Russian forums and is well acquainted with the internal political situation,” the “Chechnya Segodnya” (Chechnya Today) news agency quotes Ramzan Kadyrov as emphasizing.

Aishat Kadyrova, a Khadizhat Kadyrova’s elder sister, also received the post of the deputy prime minister of the republic for the social block at the age of 24.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on February 1, 2024 at 03:03 am MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

Source: Caucasian Knot

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