Kadyrov has accused the West of ignoring the crisis in Afghanistan
MOSCOW, 21 Feb — RIA Novosti. The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, commenting on the attack of militants on a hotel in Kabul, said that the West ignores the “blood crisis” in Afghanistan, which every year will only get worse.
Armed militants entered the Intercontinental Hotel on Saturday evening. TV channel Tolo News reported that the attack, which lasted about 18 hours, was suppressed. In the end, managed to save 126 people, including 41 foreigners. Responsibility for the attack took on a radical movement “Taliban”*, were involved in the attack, five militants of the group. According the source channel Tolo News, the attack killed 43 people, but the interior Ministry confirmed the death of only 18 people. According to the Ministry, among them 14 of the foreigners.
“Every day is bloody crisis only deepens, millions of people lost their homes, jobs, growing an entire generation of Afghans, who had not seen the school or College, able only to fight. The West ignores this problem. He cares only issues of same-sex marriage,” wrote Kadyrov on his page in “Vkontakte” on Sunday.
He also stressed that human rights organizations in the U.S. and Europe “ashamed to look in the direction of Afghanistan.” “Protracted military conflict lasting for decades in Afghanistan and other neighboring countries, give reason to believe that they are artificial and intended to put on the knees of the Islamic countries and peoples. Impossible dreams!”, — said the head of Chechnya.
“The tragedy of the Afghan people do not see any end or edge. Afghanistan as a state no longer exists. The US and its allies for some kind of coalition, collected from all over the world for many years contribute to the preservation of a bloody conflict. The settlement is not moved one step,” — said Kadyrov.
He also added that “Washington, having occupied Afghanistan, took responsibility for ending the war, restoring peace, elimination of internal contradictions, the revival of erased from the face of the earth economy.”
In conclusion, Kadyrov expressed condolences to the families and friends of the victims in a hotel in Kabul, and wished the Afghanistan peace and unity.
*A terrorist organization banned in Russia.