The Chechens, who did not want to be drafted in Chechnya and go to Ukraine, clashed with the troops affiliated with the Chechen leader Ramazan Kadyrov. While it was learned that the protesters were carrying grenades, OMON teams, a special police branch of the Russian National Guard, were dispatched to the region.
While Russia’s occupation of Ukraine continued since February 24, conflicts that triggered the danger of civil war broke out in Chechnya.
Chechens clashed with KADYROV’S UNITS
According to the news from the region, the Chechens, who did not want to be drafted and go to Ukraine, clashed with the troops affiliated with the Chechen leader Ramazan Kadyrov.
HAND grenades were seen in the protesting group
While the international press was announcing the developments in Chechnya, it was emphasized that the conflict could turn into a civil war that took place in the country in the early 1990s, raising fears. The clashes took place near the village of Samashki, located on the border of Chechnya and Ingushetia. Against Putin’s ‘mobilization’ decision, a group came face to face with Kadyrov’s militia. Hand grenades were also seen in the protest group armed with automatic weapons.
RUSSIA DISPOSED SPECIAL UNITS
OMON teams, a special police branch of the Russian National Guard, were urgently dispatched to the area. It was reported that Russian President Putin was informed about the situation moment by moment. While Kadyrov did not make a statement on the subject, he stated that more than 70,000 Chechen fighters would be sent to Ukraine, and said on television, “We always want to live in peace and agreement with all countries. However, some countries do not want this. We will show that we will not be joking.”