Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov vows to send his own minor

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov vows to send his own “minor” sons to fight in Ukraine

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov announced on Monday that three of his teenage sons would soon be deployed to support the invasion of Ukraine in some of the “most difficult stretches of the contact line”. The despot, who over the weekend begged Russian President Vladimir Putin to use nuclear weapons against Ukraine, shared the news that his children would be sent away, along with a bizarre training video posted to Telegram on Monday. “Minors should not interfere with the training of defenders of our fatherland,” Kadyrov said in the Post. He added that his children – Akhmat, 16; Eli, 15; and Adam, 14 – started military training “a long time ago”. “I have always believed that the main goal of every father is to instill piety in his sons and teach them to protect the family, the people and the fatherland. If you want peace, prepare for war! Akhmat, Eli and Adam are ready to use their skills… And I’m not kidding. It’s time to show up in a real fight and that’s her wish, which I applaud. Soon they will go to the front and find themselves on the most difficult sections of the contact line.” In a farewell shot to his opponents, Kadyrov signed: “We are sure that even underage children can tear you to pieces, because you have neither spirit, nor honor, nor Would have.”