By Anthony Marcus, for Eurasia Business News, August 31, 2022
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, recorded a video message in which he shared his thoughts on the fact that he had become the main “long-liver” among the heads of the subjects of the Russian Federation. Ramzan Kadyrov has been the head of Chechnya for 15 years. He said that his “time has come.” The Chechen leader said that his youth is gone and “we will try to leave in time.“
“Friends, today I learned that I, it turns out, am a “long-liver” among the current heads of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. I myself noticed that I had perked up. I think I fully deserved an indefinite and long vacation. I hope that you will support me and understand me,” Kadyrov stated in his video message released on his Telegram channel.
Having been leading the Chechnya for 15 years, Kadyrov recalled the Chechen proverb: “No matter how respected and long-awaited the guest is, if he leaves on time, it is even more pleasant.“
He suggested that his “time had come too” before he was “kicked out.” Kadyrov also said that he used to be young and inexperienced, and now he remained unexperienced but he became old.
“We have already begun to think about it, and we will try [to do so] to leave in time,” Kadyrov said.
Ramzan Akhmatovich Kadyrov was born October 5, 1976 in the small town of Centaroy, in the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous soviet republic. He is a Chechen statesman, politician and military figure and Head of the Chechen Republic since April 5, 2011. He was President of the Chechen Republic from February 2007 to April 2011. On May 10, 2004, Ramzan Kadyrov was appointed first deputy head of Chechnya’s government.
He took part in the the Second Chechen War (1999-2009) on the side of the Russian Federation. Ramzan Kadyrov is member of the Supreme Council of the United Russia party. He became Hero of the Russian Federation in 2004 and hero of the Luhansk People’s Republic in 2022. Ramzan Kadyrov is the son of the first president of the Chechen Republic within the Russian Federation, Akhmat Kadyrov, killed by a terrorist attack on May 9, 2004 in Grozny.
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