Kadyrov compare the Baltic States with “a pathetic mongrel”


Ramzan, Kadyrovite: Mohammed Chabaev / “Kommersant”

The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov has criticized countries that imposed sanctions against Russia and banned entry to its citizens. His opinion he shared in the Telegram on Friday, March 30.

“Long ago the authorities of Latvia, Estonia and other countries imposing sanctions against Russia, turned into a pathetic stray dogs and lackeys of the United States,” — wrote Kadyrov.

The head of Chechnya is convinced that such “false servility” more dangerous than outright hatred. He also expressed the opinion that these States should not be trusted because “their boundless meanness has nothing to do with loyalty and devotion.” “They will adapt to any host, they used to be below”, — Kadyrov wrote.

In addition, these countries “demean his people”, said the Chechen leader. “And such a host as USA today will give the bone, and tomorrow kick kicked out from the yard, and those dogs turn tail to run and scream”, — he added.

Earlier in the day, the government of Estonia has banned entry to the Republic of 49 persons allegedly involved in gross human rights violations, including the death of Sergei Magnitsky, RIA Novosti reported.

12 March, the European Union again extended sanctions against 149 citizens of Russia and 37 organizations. Among Russians, who are in the “black list”, left and Ramzan Kadyrov. His name appears in the list in 2014. The head of Chechnya in the Council of Europe accused of supporting the militia of Donbass and the annexation of Crimea to Russia.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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