'I'm already old and overstayed': Kadyrov goes on indefinite leave as head of Chechnya

The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said that he had already "stayed too long" in his post and deserved "an indefinite and long vacation." The edition told in more detail Ukrainian Truth.

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Kadyrov stated this in a video message posted on his Telegram channel.

“For 15 years now, I have been leading the republic. We, Caucasians, Chechens, have a proverb: “No matter how respected, long-awaited the guest is, if he leaves on time, then he can still be pleasant.” So I guess my time has come too. Until I got kicked out. I think I'm already old. Once there was the youngest, inexperienced. And now he has remained the same inexperienced, but his youth has gone somewhere, ”said the head of Chechnya.

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Kadyrov learned that he "turns out to be a 'long-liver' among the current heads of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation," moreover, he himself "noted that he had sat too long and fully deserved an indefinite and long vacation." It is worth noting that he is only 45 years old.


According to him, he has already begun to think about leaving the post of head of Chechnya, and will try to "leave in time."

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Kadyrov expressed hope that the Chechens would "support and understand" him.

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