Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov has been offered a new post; he may become the plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation. It was reported by the Russian edition of Argumenti with reference to its own source in Kremlin.
According to the media, Chechnya’s head has temporarily transferred his powers to the head of the Government of the Republic, Muslim Khuchiev, because of "temporary incapacity". It was noted that he came on the sick-leave on January 13, but it became known only on the day of the Russian President's message to the Federal Assembly and the resignation of the Prime Minister.
In addition, Kadyrov managed to comment on the appointment of Mikhail Mishustin as Russia's new Prime Minister. According to him, this man is the politician who "will breathe new life into the government".
According to journalists, Kadyrov’s resignation could provoke an inter-clan conflict in Chechnya, and this poses some serious consequences in such a complex region.
As we reported earlier, Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov accused the Ukrainian special services of the murder of Chechen volunteer Amina Okueva as he stated on Telegram.
‘The Ukrainian authorities started to talk about some Russian trace no sooner the shots were heard. There is no need to look for the bear trace when the bear is in front of you. Kyiv knows pretty well that Nikiforova was cruelly shot down by the native special services. I will rephrase Taras Bulba, those who fathered the same who killed’, he noted.