“Is it your fault?”: Kadyrov told Putin about his problems
The head of Chechnya said that the elders press him because of the president.
Head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, during a working meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, complained that “elders” were pressing him. The reason for their dissatisfaction was that the Russian leader had not been in the republic for a long time.
“Our elders have already begun to press me. They say: 'Ramzan Akhmatovich, why does the president not come to us? It is your fault?' they ask me, 'or what?' I say: I will tell him, if I see him'," Kadyrov said.
Putin agreed with his interlocutor that he had not really been in the region for a long time. He also confirmed that he wanted to come. “Definitely,” Putin promised.
During a meeting in the Kremlin, politicians discussed issues of economy, fertility, public sector wages and the fight against unemployment in the republic.
Earlier it became known that during this meeting, Putin argued with Kadyrov about the most beautiful mosque.