Ukrainian military intelligence reports say Chechnya’s leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, is in critical condition.
“The information has been confirmed by various sources in medical and political circles,” Andrey Yusov, a representative of the Ukrainian military intelligence branch, said. Oposrevatil, which first reported the news. He added: “There is information that the war criminal Kadyrov is in a serious condition and that the diseases that were there worsened and caused this dangerous condition.”
Youssef added that his ill health is not due to injury.
“It is not about injuries. Other details require additional clarification. He has been ill for a long time, and we are talking about general health problems.” “In the past few days, he has been in serious condition.”
UNIAN and United24 Media also reported the news.
KadyrovA Kremlin loyalist nicknamed “Putin’s soldier” and “Putin’s attack dog” has deployed troops to Ukraine to aid Russian President Vladimir Putin in his war in Ukraine. Only last July, he said he sent a detachment of Chechen forces to fight in Bakhmut. It was Detachment A Contract with the Russian Ministry of Defense Earlier this year, in stark contrast to Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin, who protested his mercenaries had signed with Moscow.
Putin thanked Kadyrov in March for helping Russia wage war in Ukraine during a meeting, according to the Kremlin.
“We are carrying out all your orders and aim to move forward towards a victorious outcome,” Kadyrov said at the time.
Rumors about Kadyrov’s health It has been in circulation for months. Former Deputy Prime Minister of Chechnya, Akhmed Zakayev, told the German newspaper Bild last year that Kadyrov was suffering from a serious kidney disease.
Kadyrov sought to pour cold water on rumors about his deteriorating health. Last March, he told his friends that he was not sick but was unusually bloated. He said: “People attribute different diseases to me: sometimes I suffer from kidney problems, and sometimes I suffer from liver problems.”
Kadyrov’s health She seemed to be deteriorating in recent days. Opozrevatil reported earlier this week that Kadyrov had fallen into a coma and was airlifted to Moscow for treatment. He was reportedly returned to Chechnya.
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