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WorldAsiaKadyrov after the drone attack on Moscow offered to introduce martial law in Russia

Kadyrov after the drone attack on Moscow offered to introduce martial law in Russia

The leader of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, after the drone attacks in Moscow and his region, called for martial law throughout Russia and the use of all combat resources to fight the Armed Forces of Ukraine (APU ). Relevant message appeared in his telegram channel on May 30.

“For me, it is so necessary to declare martial law in Russia, to use all the combat resources intended for this, in order to wipe out this whole terrorist cell at once, without resorting to the expression “Ukrainian military”. , wrote Kadyrov.

He also called for strikes against gathering places of “terrorist leaders” until a wet spot remains. In addition, he said that EU countries should think about who they sponsor and under what conditions they transfer arms to Ukraine.

At the same time, the head of Chechnya noted that the drone attack on Moscow had no tactical, strategic or even psychological significance, and people trained in military affairs understand this. According to him, such actions are aimed at attracting attention and obtaining “information points” after major defeats “on the pitch”.

Kadyrov also promised that Russia will soon show in the special operation zone what real revenge is.

Previously, Russian President Vladimir Putin reacted to the drone attack in Moscow. He said it was a response to the Russian military’s strike on Ukraine’s military intelligence headquarters.

The head of state said that the Russian army strikes with long-range precision weapons Ukrainian military infrastructure or warehouses. Putin noted that Moscow had also raised the possibility of strikes against “decision-making centers”, including the headquarters of Ukrainian military intelligence, which was hit two or three days ago.

“In response, the Kiev regime chose a different path – the path of trying to intimidate Russia, intimidate Russian citizens and strike at residential buildings. This, of course, is a clear sign of activity terrorist,” the president added.

He also appreciated the work of the Moscow air defense system. According to him, it “worked normally, satisfactorily, although there is work to be done”. At the same time, the Russian leader noted that he was concerned about “attempts to evoke a response from Russia.”

Early in the morning of May 30, several neighborhoods in Moscow and the Moscow region were attacked by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin informed that several buildings suffered “minor damage” as a result of the attack, but “no one was seriously injured”.

The Russian Defense Ministry said the “Kiev regime” was behind the attack and that the Ukrainian side used “eight aircraft-type unmanned aerial vehicles” they were “amazed”. In Kyiv, the involvement in the attack is denied, specifying that Ukraine has no “direct link” with what happened. In the Investigative Committee of Russia, after the drone attacks on Moscow and the region, a criminal case was opened about the terrorist attack.

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