The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has announced its readiness to go against the position of Russia in the case of the reluctance to condemn the persecution of Muslims in Myanmar and thanked President Vladimir Putin for his words about the situation in the country. Relevant post he published in his Telegram channel on Monday, September 4.
“I have repeatedly stated that they are faithful foot soldier of our President, is ready to fulfill orders of any complexity, and the Supreme commander to give his life” — wrote Kadyrov.
Those who “interpretirovat my words and mock the murder of innocent people,” the head of the North Caucasus republics are described as people who “are in a deep moral hole”.
He stated that their action is primarily governed by the “standards of conduct of a true Muslim”, in this case, protecting need help. “In my life I fear only Allah,” said Kadyrov.
Earlier on Monday the head of Chechnya called the devils of the organizers of the “genocide of Muslims” in Myanmar, which killed several hundred members of an ethnic minority in the country, the Rohingya people and urged them to curse. “Even if Russia will support those devils who commit crimes, I am against Russia’s position”, — he stressed.
Official Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov declined to comment on this statement, explaining that the details did not have time to read it. However, speaking about the results of negotiations of the President with Egyptian counterpart Abdul-Fattah Khalil al-Sisi, he said that Vladimir Putin condemned the violence in Myanmar and urged its government to bring the situation under control.
4 December in Grozny, rally in solidarity with the Rohingya people, which, according to the interior Ministry, has collected 1.1 million people.