The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said that within the framework of a special military operation (SVO) of the Russian Federation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine, Odessa and Kharkov should be recaptured in order to secure Russia.
“We need to take Odessa. Kharkov must be taken away. And then in the future, to secure our state like this,” he said in an interview with Olga Skabeeva for the 60 Minutes program on the Rossiya TV channel.
Kadyrov believes that the Armed Forces (AF) of the Russian Federation have “a living force that can reach Kiev, take Kyiv” if the corresponding order is received from the Supreme Commander-in-Chief.
At the end of October, he stated in a video message on Telegram: “Our territory is not Zaporozhye, not Kherson, our territory is Odessa, Kiev, Kharkov, all regions and Ukraine in general, this is our territory, Russian. We have already decided not to defend ourselves, but to attack everywhere. This is how it will be.”
In an interview with Skabeeva, the head of Chechnya suggested that by December of this year, all the tasks set within the framework of the NWO would be completed.
“We will finish, although some say it will take a year, two, three, but I believe that by the end of the year we will complete the task set by 100% today,” he said.
According to him, Russian troops in Ukraine are fully equipped with equipment.
“In fact, artillery, even we did not expect that it would be so needed, that in the fields, in forests [it would be necessary] to fight. But the need arose, quadrocopters were needed. We have trained [military personnel], the artillery fires at 100%… Today, new equipment and people who know how to use this equipment are on the positions… There was a bit of a lull, this lull gave us the opportunity to fully equip and train [the Armed Forces], and further redeploy all your troops. New steps need to be taken forward,” he said.
Kadyrov stressed that the Russian army is fighting for peace: “We are fighting so that we have peace, so that they don’t kill us, don’t shoot at us. And so we all have to work day and night.”
He also said that Russia is not fighting in Ukraine at full strength: “No, of course. If we started at least 20%, then all these cities that are there, all their places where they are deployed, there would be no one left anywhere.”
The head of the Chechen Republic warned that Moscow’s patience might run out: “And if this continues, as they shoot at our territory, then patience will run out – and salam alaikum. If they give an order, we’ll finish it quickly, and [Ukrainian President Volodymyr] Zelensky, and [U.S. White House Chief Joe] Biden, and the rest of the devils won’t seem enough.”
According to him, he is ready to negotiate with Zelensky one-on-one.
“I believe that Zelensky is a terrorist, a village Satanist, he is a fascist. And I think it’s wrong to negotiate with him. Now, if I was sent to him one on one, then it was possible to negotiate. But I would quickly convince him. I would quickly sign all the documents that are needed. I wouldn’t say anything and would make you do what you need to do. I am a psychologist. I understand people very well, I can manage,” he said.
Kadyrov admitted that there was no order to kill Zelensky. In his opinion, it is better for the Ukrainian leader to “take a worthy step” and shoot himself, as Hitler did in his time. Kadyrov added that he was even ready to give the president a gun.
“And this will be the best move for him, for our history… He has no honor and no conscience. In fact, it would be good if they left on their own, gave the people the opportunity to determine their fate, how they want to live further … We must completely destroy this gang politically or physically,” the Chechen leader said.
Answering the question whether he is not afraid of the outbreak of the Third World War and, possibly, a nuclear one, Kadyrov said: “I am not afraid of this at all. I’m afraid we’ll lose what we have. It shouldn’t be. We will win, we will destroy, and we will show NATO, the EU and the US that they have never seen anything in this life. Russia has always been a strong state, Russian society has united slowly, slowly, but still united. And that’s where we’re going today. The President [of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin] is pursuing the correct policy at 100%, infallible. Therefore, I am calm. At the helm is a wise, far-sighted man. And we will carry out any orders in any place, of any complexity.”