Chechen leader Kadyrov: Russia must use low-powered nuclear weapons in Ukraine
Ramzan Kadyrov, head of Russia’s Chechnya region, said Moscow should consider using a low-intensity nuclear weapon in Ukraine. In a message on Telegram criticizing Russian commanders for abandoning the Ukrainian city of Lyman, Kadyrov wrote: “In my personal opinion, more drastic measures should be taken, up to the declaration of martial law in the border areas and the use of low-powered nuclear weapons ”.
«I’ve always said: there is nothing better than the truth expressed, even if bitter, offensive, but the truth. This is the only way forward. Therefore, I cannot remain silent about what happened in Krasny Liman », writes Kadyrov. “It is not a pity that” General Alexander Lapin, commander of the Central Military District and responsible for the defense of Lyman, “is mediocre. It is the fact that he is covered at the top by the heads of the General Staff. If I could, I would demote Lapin to a simple soldier, I would deprive him of his awards and, with a machine gun in hand, I would send him to the front line to wash the shame with blood ”, continues the Chechen leader. “The nepotism of the army will not lead to anything good, In the army – continues Kadyrov – it is necessary to appoint people of strong character, courageous, principled, who care about their fighters, who tear their teeth for their soldiers , who know that a subordinate cannot be left without help and support. There is no place for nepotism in the army, especially in difficult times ”.