Kadyrov said on what terms he agreed to "be with Russia"
The Chechen head has revealed the details of his meeting with Putin after the death of his father.
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has revealed the details of his conversation with Vladimir Putin after his father’s death in his speech at a Grozny meeting with a group of Chechens from Jordan, according to Lenta.
Kadyrov said that 12 other Chechens were present at the meeting with Putin.
“They all know what I said to the padishah (the president of Russia. - Ed.),” the head of Chechnya noted adding that his position at that time was to end the war in the republic, restore it and not impede the Muslim faith.
“With that agreement, I walked out to keep working,” he added.
In addition, Kadyrov told Jordanian guests about his father's meeting with Putin. Ramzan noted that his father then stated that the people would want to live with Russia and be part of the Russian state.