Putin does not see anti-government sentiment in the speeches Kadyrov

Vladimir Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin sees no anti-government sentiments in the words of the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov on the situation in Myanmar. About the Russian leader said at a press conference on the outcome of the BRICS summit in China Xiamen Tuesday, September 5, the correspondent “Tapes.ru”.

He stressed that every citizen has the right to Express their own opinion about the country’s foreign policy. “As regional leaders, it is also in full their concerns. But I assure you, there is no “opposition” by the leadership of Chechnya is not” — said Putin.

Earlier, the Chechen leader called 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 the position of Russia”, — said Kadyrov.

Official Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov declined to comment to reporters 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 Putin condemned the violence in Myanmar and urged its government to bring the situation under control.

On 25 August the militants of the movement “army of Arakan Rohingya solidarity” made in the West of Myanmar attack on a few dozen strong points of the police. For the week, the number of victims of collisions has exceeded 400 people. These events provoked a response from living in Russia Muslims since September 3, near the Embassy of Myanmar in Moscow held a spontaneous rally in solidarity with the Rohingya people. In addition, on 4 September took place thousands protest in Grozny.