Putin explained the assignment of the name Akhmat Kadyrov to Grozny Airport

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Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed the reasons for assigning the name Akhmat Kadyrov to Grozny Airport. According to him, Chechnya is now developing dynamically, for which the former head of the republic fought.

As stated in Telegram Channel Pool N3, the Russian leader noted that in the 1990s, along with all of Chechnya and its inhabitants, Akhmat-Khadzhi “went through the most difficult and dramatic route.” At a crucial moment, he took responsibility for the future of the region and the entire North Caucasus “ with an obvious risk to his own life & # 39; & # 39 ;.

Putin recalled that the Chechen Republic is now an integral part of Russia. This region guarantees people peace, tranquility and confidence in the future. “This is what Akhmat-Khadzhi sought, for which he fought, for whom he gave his life,” Putin emphasized.

Putin previously named Grozny International Airport after Chechnya's first commander, Akhmatu Kadyrov. The document was signed on the day when Akhmat Kadyrov was to live to be 70 years old.

Recall that Kadyrov Sr. was killed in a terrorist attack on May 9, 2004. Two years later, Shamil Basayev confessed to his murder. According to him, the perpetrator was paid $ 50,000 for the liquidation of the head of Chechnya.

Источник www.mk.ru

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