The Verkhovna Rada recognized Ichkeria as a territory temporarily occupied by Russia and condemned the genocide of Chechens
The Ukrainian Parliament recognized the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria as temporarily occupied by Russia. The Verkhovna Rada also condemned the genocide of the Chechen people.
287 deputies voted for the relevant resolution. This was announced by People's Deputy Yaroslav Zheleznyak.
The Rada recognized Ichkeria as temporarily occupied by Russia
As Zheleznyak said, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine supported the recognition of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria temporarily occupied by Russia and condemnation of the genocide of the Chechen people.
Deputy Aleksey Goncharenko believes that this is a very important decision. According to him, the Russian dictator Vladimir Putin has been trying to enslave the Chechen people for a very long time, he put his Gauleiter Kadyrov in charge, and now he is forcing the Chechens to fight against the Ukrainians.
This is a typical imperialist policy Russia in relation to other nations. Russia must be decolonized, and Ichkeria must be free. Earlier, I submitted to the Rada a resolution recognizing the independence of Ichkeria. We must take this step and finally put an end to Russia's imperialist policy,” Goncharenko said.
Kadyrov threatens to kill the Chechen leader Zakayev
Ramzan Kadyrov called for the assassination of the leader of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, Akhmed Zakayev. The fact is that he is nervous about the formation of a Chechen battalion in Ukraine.
The leader of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria said that Kadyrov understands that the structures now being restored in Ukraine are a direct threat to him and to the occupation regime as a whole .
Recall that the head of the government of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria, Akhmed Zakayev, said that Vladimir Putin is trying to quarrel the Caucasian peoples. Ordering the Kadyrovites to suppress the protest moods in Dagestan is one of the methods used by the Russian president.
According to Zakaev, by directing the Kadyrovites to suppress the protest moods in Dagestan, Putin continues this policy, which began back in 1999, when Russia organized the so-called Chechen attack on Dagestan. It was a 100% provocation by the FSB officers, but the Dagestanis fell for it and began to make anti-Chechen statements.