Head of Chechnya advised Poroshenko to “think twice” before mentioning Kadyrov and Putin
The leader of the Caucasian republic accused the president of Ukraine of cowardice and forgetfulness.
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov has made a sharply-worded comment on the debate between President Petro Poroshenko and the candidate for the post of new head of the country, Vladimir Zelensky. According to Kadyrov, Poroshenko is not worthy to pronounce his name, as well as the name of Russian President Vladimir Putin. At the same time, the Chechen head reminded Poroshenko that the latter once swore eternal love and loyalty to Russia.
“Once again, I remind you that for insulting a person, whoever admits this, I will ask properly, as is custom in a normal society. Finally, I advise you to think twice before mentioning the names of Vladimir Putin and Ramzan Kadyrov. You personally are not worthy to mention these names,” Kadyrov wrote on his Telegram channel.
The leader of Chechnya was surprised at the abundance of words in the debate, in which he never heard a “clear plan for the future of Ukraine.” At the same time, Poroshenko accused Zelensky that he was allegedly afraid of Kadyrov, as if Ukraine had no other problems.
“It seems you have forgotten how, when transferring journalists Oleg Sidyakin and Marat Saychenko to me, you swore loyalty and love to Russia. You pledged your honor, and it was before the previous elections. Now you are afraid! And why did you so quickly release, at my strict request, the correspondents abducted at your direction, if you were not personally afraid of Ramzan Kadyrov?” the head of Chechnya wrote.
To recall, March 31 was the first round of presidential elections in Ukraine. Showman Zelensky and the current Head of the country Poroshenko were admitted to the second round. April 19, the candidates held debates at the Olympic Stadium in Kyiv.