The head of Chechnya also said that Chechen fighters, together with the forces of the LPR, are carrying out a sweep on the streets of Severodonetsk and are busy moving deeper into the city
Another group of fighters moved from Grozny to the Donbass to participate in the Russian military operation in Ukraine. This was announced by the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, on Telegram.
“A new surge of strength is very important in any difficult business. This also applies to the special operation that is being carried out on the territory of Donbass <…>. We saw off another group of fighters from Grozny the day before, & mdash; he said.
The video that Kadyrov released along with the message says that the volunteers are “heading towards Popasnaya”; in the Luhansk region.
In addition, the head of Chechnya said that the Chechen soldiers of the special forces “Akhmat” Together with the 2nd Corps of the People's Militia of the LPR, they are cleaning up the streets of Severodonetsk.
“At the moment, the fighters are busy moving deeper into the city. The enemy does not even think of holding their positions, — he wrote.
In mid-May, the head of Chechnya announced that more than 600 volunteers had been sent to Ukraine. Kadyrov recalled that they were faced with the goal of “quickly putting an end to bandit formations in Ukraine and calling the terrorists to account.”
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He assured that the tasks set by Russian President Vladimir Putin will be met.
Kadyrov on May 5 released a video of sending fighters to Ukraine, where it was reported that volunteers were paid for travel, accommodation and uniforms. They are also being trained at the Russian University of Special Forces in Gudermes. On the day of departure, volunteers receive 300,000 rubles, and then $53 a day from the Russian Ministry of Defense.
Chechen servicemen have been taking part in the military operation since the end of February. Kadyrov said that they are involved in the most hot spots. In mid-March, he announced the dispatch of 1 thousand volunteers, in early April— 1 thousand more people.
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