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Kadyrov quoted Putin from his address to the Federal Assembly: the mention of whom the head of Chechnya “cut out”

The head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov published a quote from Russian dictator Vladimir Putin from his address to the Federal Assembly. At the same time, the Kremlin protege “cleaned up” the text of the message.

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On Thursday, February 29, the Russian leader spoke before the Federal Assembly. Kadyrov said in his Telegram channel that he is watching the president’s addresses, NBN reports.

The head of Chechnya noted that at the beginning of his message, Putin said “the most important words” for every citizen of the Russian Federation, calling on them to listen carefully, reread and remember. Kadyrov published a corresponding quote, saying that this is the “position of every patriot” of Russia.

The dictator said that the military of the aggressor country – Christians, Buddhists, Muslims and Jews – allegedly demonstrated the “all-conquering power of unity” of the people Russia.

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However, the Kremlin protege “cut off” the phrase of the aggressor president, removing the mention of followers of Judaism. Apparently this is due to the fact that the head of the republic supported Palestine after the invasion of Hamas terrorists into Israel.

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Recall that ISW analyzed Putin’s address to the Federal Assembly. Analysts explained why the war criminal spoke about dialogue with the United States.

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