‘Higher take again your weapons’: Chechen strongman Kadyrov warns Poland is subsequent

Chechnya’s regional chief Ramzan Kadyrov speaks in entrance of a portrait of his father Akhmad Kadyrov, the Chechen president who was assassinated in a 2004 bomb blast, throughout a gathering in Grozny, Russia, Friday, Could 10, 2019. (Musa Sadulayev/G3 Field Information)

‘Higher take again your weapons’: Chechen strongman Kadyrov warns Poland is subsequent

Victor I. Nava

Could 26, 04:16 AM Could 26, 04:28 AM

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Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov warned Poland that it “higher take again” its weapons from Ukraine as a result of he is curious about invading the nation subsequent.

In a video posted on social media Wednesday by the Vladimir Putin ally and Chechen chief, Kadyrov mentioned that “the problem of Ukraine is closed,” and if given the order, he is “curious about Poland.” Kadyrov additionally demanded an apology from Poland for an incident involving Russia’s ambassador earlier this month, wherein the diplomat was splattered with purple paint throughout a Victory Day ceremony.

“The problem of Ukraine is closed. I am curious about Poland. What’s it attempting to attain?” Kadyrov mentioned, in accordance with a translation.

“After Ukraine, if we’re given the command, in six seconds we are going to present what we’re able to. You must higher take again your weapons and your mercenaries. And beg official forgiveness for what you probably did to our ambassador. We can’t simply ignore it, bear that in thoughts,” the Chechen chief continued.


Poland shares roughly 500 miles of border with each Ukraine and Russia. As a NATO member, a Russian assault towards Poland would presumably convey a couple of sturdy response from its NATO allies.

The Polish authorities says it has provided Ukraine with weapons price $1.6 billion since Russia’s Feb. 24 invasion, together with a whole bunch of tanks, howitzers, and Grad rocket launchers.

It’s unclear what Kadyrov meant by Poland taking again “mercenaries” from Ukraine. Polish President Andrzej Duda has mentioned he won’t ship troops to Ukraine, and there haven’t been credible reviews of Polish troopers within the nation.

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Kadyrov’s demand for an apology from Poland stems from an incident on Could 9 wherein protesters in Poland splattered Russian Ambassador Sergey Andreev with purple paint, symbolizing the blood spilled in Ukraine.

The Washington Examiner has reached out to the Polish Embassy for remark.

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