‘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.
According to Kadyrov, ‘the Ukrainian special services decided to kill not two but three birds with one stone in such way: to liquidate the native bandit, distract the attention of the western owners from the anti-governmental protests and to try to accuse Russia of their own problems’.
Head of the Chechen Republic also claimed that Amina Okueva ‘bears no relation either to the Chechen Republic nor Chechen nation’.
‘Ukrainian politicians and MPs always talked about Natalia Viktorivna as about the Chechen woman who fights alongside with the banderivtsi. But they knew pretty well that she bears no relation either to the Chechen Republic nor Chechen nation’, Kadyrov added.
Moreover, Ramzan Kadyrov denies information that the Chechen battalions exist in Ukraine.
‘There was never and there is no ‘Chechen battalion’ in Ukraine. It is an agitation and propaganda myth that aims to create the appearance of the Chechen support of the criminal regime in Kyiv. The mythic battalion needed the same bandit-commander. And they chose some Adam Osmaev. How can he command if he was under the thumb of Natalia that was assigned to him by the special services. The special services of Ukraine determined the destiny of Nikiforova but the destiny of Osmaev is undetermined yet’, he added.
As we reported earlier, unknown men shot at the car of volunteer Donbas soldier and paramedic Amina Okueva, a Ukrainian citizen of Chechen ethnicity. She died in the attack, while her husband was wounded.
The couple was assaulted before. On June 1, 2017, a killer pretending to be a journalist for Le Monde tried to murder Adam Osmaev and Amina Okueva. He was inside the car with the couple and opened fire. Then, Adam Osmaev was wounded, but his wife managed to fire at the attacker four times, due to which he was successfully detained. The killer turned out to be related to Ramzan Kadyrov, the incumbent pro-Kremlin president of Chechen Republic.