Chechen militant leader Ramzan Kadyrov, who Kremlin propaganda claims is in Ukraine, poses in front of Rosneft’s Pulsar filling station.
The corresponding photo, in which he prays surrounded by numerous guards right at the gas station, was published in pro-Russian public pages on social networks on Monday, March 28, on the same day when, according to assurances, he was supposed to be in Mariupol.
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At the same time, Kadyrov placed a machine gun next to him, which, probably, was supposed to indicate that he was allegedly in the war zone in Ukraine, and not at one of the gas stations in Russia.
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He previously published “evidence” that is “near Kiev, “but the very next day, mysteriously “teleported” to Grozny, where he met Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Nikolai Patrushev.
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