What is happening in Ukraine is a third world war

The President of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, described Strong supporter of Russian President Vladimir PutinOn Tuesday, the conflict in Ukraine was described as a third world war, according to what was reported by Russian media.

Kadyrov said, “If we consider that those European countries that are participating today in the conflict in Ukraine, namely NATO and other countries that have relations with them, are the countries of the international community, then we can say that this is the third world war.”

He pointed out that large countries such as China, India and Pakistan do not participate in “military events”.

He added, “If we look at the situation that is happening on the lands of European countries. They have protests, problems, and they expel their leaders.. We do not expel anyone. We have a calm work environment, and there are no problems. The president holds meetings and meetings and does his work normally.”

A few days ago, the Chechen president announced that More than 21 thousand Chechen fighters participated in the Russian military operation in Ukraineand more than 9,000 others on the front line.


Kadyrov wrote on his channel in “Telegram”: “I have listened to the report of the Speaker of the Parliament of the Chechen Republic, the head of the Republican Headquarters of the Northern Military District, Magomed Daudov, and since the beginning of the Russian operation, More than 21 thousand Chechen fighters took part“.

It is noteworthy that the President of Chechnya, since the outbreak of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, has repeatedly appeared on his Telegram account to motivate his forces participating in the fighting alongside the Russian forces on Ukrainian soil.

It is noteworthy that since the launch of the Russian military operation on Ukrainian soil on February 24, Washington has stood by Kyiv, supporting it with humanitarian and military aid, pouring billions of dollars into arming the Ukrainian forces. European countries also lined up with Ukraine, supporting it with weapons and equipment.

However, this conflict raised many concerns around the world, especially with the high rates of economic inflation, and the high prices of grain and wheat, as well as oil and energy.

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