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Kadyrov urged to shout for Putin’s policy in Syria

Кадыров призвал кричать за политику Путина в Сирии

The head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov called upon to support the strategy of the Russian leader Vladimir Putin regarding Syria. He declared it in interview “to Russian news service”.

“We need (…) to say, to shout, to stand, to show we can to the President was sure that all Russian people support him and are willing to go to war to be left alone”, — said Kadyrov.

According to him, his position to Express not only the head of state, and all the people, “that the President was easier to work with” and that “the enemies know that our army is 150 million.”

The head of Chechnya added that, speaking on the side of the current Syrian government, Russia is defending its security. “If you give the terrorists the opportunity to gain a foothold there, they first will go for us,” he explained.

In 2011, Syria began linking in an internal conflict, pererosshie into full-scale civil war. Taking advantage of the weakening of the country, part of the territory captured grouping “Islamic state” and “dzhebhat EN-Nusra” (banned in Russia). From 30 September 2015 the Syrian army with air support the Russian air force. In 2014 strikes on militants began to hit coalition forces led by USA.

According to the agreement Russia and the U.S., which became known on February 22, 2016, the fighting in Syria must cease on February 27. Thus until noon on February 26 in all the warring Arab Republic, the parties must confirm that the Russian or American partners its commitment to the ceasefire. Military operations against them, the Syrian and the Russian armed forces and the international coalition will not be conducted. Strikes on ISIS, “Dzhabhat EN-Nusra” and other recognized by the UN security Council terrorist organizations will be applied and further.

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