Chechnya's head Ramzan Kadyrov called his next task in the special operation the destruction of the remnants of the terrorists who fled from Chechnya to Ukraine.
“This week, as you know, we completely liberated the entire territory of the LPR (Luhansk People's Republic) from the nationalist-minded bastards. Yes, this is undoubtedly a historical and fateful achievement for Luhansk, but at least for us, Chechens, the special operation is still far from over. We desperately hope that we will be given the opportunity to reach, if necessary, to Kyiv and finish off the remnants of the terrorists who escaped from the Chechen Republic," he wrote on Telegram.
The head of the republic added that these terrorists were put on the wanted list, and now they are in Kyiv. According to him, all Chechen fighters are intensively preparing and are waiting for the moment when the appropriate instruction arrives.
"For us, the fundamental issue is to settle accounts with the shaitans who rampaged in the Chechen Republic. We have been looking for them for a long time," Kadyrov added.
He recalled that many times he announced a large reward for information about the militants. From the very beginning of the special operation, a special task was to identify their whereabouts.
"I have only one request. It is that we be given permission to go, if necessary, even to Kyiv itself and get even with our blood enemies. That's all we ask. We'll do the rest ourselves," Kadyrov concluded.
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