Russia’s battle isn’t towards Ukraine however NATO, Chechen chief claims

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Chechen chief Ramzan Kadyrov admitted Wednesday that Russia is going through “difficulties” in its lethal marketing campaign in Ukraine and claimed the battle is definitely a battle towards NATO. 

“Today we’re fighting not against Ukraine…we’re fighting against NATO,” he mentioned in a televised handle. “NATO and the West, their mercenaries are there. And that’s why our state is finding it difficult.

“Nevertheless it’s a very good expertise and we’ll show as soon as once more that Russia can’t be defeated,” he added. 

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - OCTOBER 5: (RUSSIA OUT) Governor of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov attends Russian-Saudi talks at the Grand Kremlin Palace on October 5, 2017 in Moscow, Russia. King Salman is on a state visit to Russia. 

MOSCOW, RUSSIA – OCTOBER 5: (RUSSIA OUT) Governor of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov attends Russian-Saudi talks on the Grand Kremlin Palace on October 5, 2017 in Moscow, Russia. King Salman is on a state go to to Russia. 
(Photograph by Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Photographs))

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Kadyrov, a high ally to Russian President Vladimir Putin, echoed the same tone to feedback made in latest days by former Russian mercenaries and high navy officers. 

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“The situation for us will clearly get worse,” Russian navy analyst and retired colonel Mikhail Khodarenok mentioned on Russian state TV this week. “The biggest problem with our military and political situation is that we are in total geopolitical isolation.

“The entire world is towards us – even when we do not wish to admit it,” he added.

Kadyrov, who has been outspoken throughout the war in Ukraine and even challenged Telsa CEO Elon Musk to a dual, also went after German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s leadership.

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The Chechen leader called the German Chancellor “schizophrenic” and alleged that he was not adequately leading his state or even “inquisitive about world guidelines.”

Scholz received international ire after he was slow to send aid to Ukraine amid the deadliest conflict in Europe since World War II.

But Germany has since joined the fight by agreeing to supply humanitarian aid, military training and arms to Ukraine.

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Scholz last week condemned Russian attempts to dictate peace negotiations with Ukraine. Talks appear to have stalled as Russia continues its deadly determination to gain “full management” over eastern and southern Ukraine. 

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks Wednesday, April 27 in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks Wednesday, April 27 in St. Petersburg, Russia.
(Alexander Demyanchuk, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photograph by way of AP)

Putin’s rhetoric in latest weeks has additionally modified and in a speech earlier this month portrayed the battle as not only a battle with Ukraine however with NATO.

Russia has elevated its open threats to European nations like Sweden, Finland, Moldova and Georgia, in addition to NATO members like Poland – which might end in a coordinated response from all 30 member nations if attacked. 

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