Today, the Chechen experience of combating the militants of illegal armed forces (IAF) can be useful for the settlement of the situation in the Idlib de-escalation zone in Syria, said Ramzan Kadyrov, the head of the Chechen Republic, in a statement posted on his official Telegram channel on August 5.
“In Chechnya, we have a great experience in combating terrorism. We know that any respite gives terrorists the opportunity to regroup, strengthen their positions, restock, refinance, and influence, in some cases, the nature of political processes in the country and abroad,” wrote Kadyrov.
Terrorists were defeated only thanks to the decisive actions of the leadership of the Russian Federation and Akhmad Kadyrov, the first leader of Chechnya, also recalled the head of the Chechen Republic in his statement.
At that time, the conditions for the return to peaceful life were created for the people who got fooled into the war on the side of illegal armed forces (IAF). Those who did not wish to lay down their arms were liquidated. He proposes to implement this exact experience in Syria.
Western politicians did not do any good in combating terrorism in Chechnya; they only contributed to the turmoil by giving false promises of protectionism from abroad to the militants of IAF, stressed Kadyrov. “Situation in Chechnya would still have remained complicated had Moscow and Grozny looked out for the West,” concluded his statement the head of the Chechen Republic.
Today, the province of Idlib is the last stronghold of IAF in Syria. According to the statement of Alexander Lavrentiev, the Russian Presidential Special Envoy for Syria, there will not be a storm or an offensive operation of the town of Idlib in the near future.
However, despite an unofficial ceasefire, shelling of civilians from the enclave occupied by extremists occurs regularly.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency