Ramzan Kadyrov was declared "Honored Human Rights Defender" of Chechnya

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Ramzan Kadyrov was declared "Honored Human Rights Defender" of Chechnya
Ramzan Kadyrov was declared "Honored Human Rights Defender" of Chechnya
2 January, 19:32Society
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov (pictured), his father Akhmat Kadyrov (1951-2004), as well as the mother of Aymani Kadyrov have been declared "honored human rights defenders" of the Chechen Republic.

The Grozny ChGTRK TV channel reports that the order on awarding these persons with appropriate medals was signed by the regional ombudsman Nurdi Nukhazhiyev.

The Ombudsman noted "the enormous contribution of the Kadyrovs to ensuring human rights and strengthening statehood." Nurdi Nukhazhiev also noted in the activities of Ramzan Kadyrov "adherence to the ideas of goodness and humanism." The ceremony of announcing the order of the Ombudsman Nukhazhiyev took place in the absence of Ramzan Kadyrov and his mother.

Indeed, the head of Chechnya is known for his kindness. "I will find you, and we will see which of us is a shaitan. I have destroyed a lot of shaitans and will destroy you too," for example, Ramzan Kadyrov recently communicated with a Chechen teenager in public space.

It is also difficult to argue with the presence of enormous humanism, which is bursting out during Kadyrov's statements that he is ready to conquer Ukraine with lightning speed and annex it to Chechnya.

More recently, blogger Tumso Abdurakhmanov, who previously criticized the Chechen government, said that his nine relatives had been kidnapped. Apparently, the blogger does not understand humanism.

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