The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov responded to reports from China, where the President of Russia Vladimir Putin meeting with Egyptian counterpart touched upon the developments in Myanmar. According to the press Secretary head of state Dmitry Peskov, the two leaders expressed concern over developments in Myanmar and condemned any manifestations of violence, including against Muslims. They called on the Myanmar authorities to bring the situation under control.
Kadyrov, who has several times publicly spoken on the subject, says this reaction is extremely positive and “worthy of a head of a great power”. About this he wrote on Instagram.
The Chechen leader also cited several quotations from the speeches of Vladimir Putin in 2003 and 2005, in which the President calls Russia “the most loyal and consistent defender of Islam”, and Russian Muslims — an integral part of multi-religious people of the country.
The Chechen leader reminded that he is “a loyal foot soldier of the President”. Those who “interpretirovat the words” Kadyrov, he was placed in a “deep moral hole”.
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