The head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan


, said that General Oleksandr Lapin, who led the defense, was personally responsible for the loss of Liman by the Russian army. 

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being 150 km away from them?

Due to the lack of elementary military logistics, today we left several settlements and a large area of ​​territory," Kadyrov said.

The head of Chechnya also called Lapin untalented and said that he was being covered by higher-ups in the General Staff, and that Lapin should be demoted to a private soldier.

"Yesterday there was a parade in Izyum, today the flag is in Liman, but what tomorrow? Everything would be fine, if it weren't so bad," Kadyrov said, adding that Oleksandr Lapin received the Star of the Hero of Russia for the capture of Lysychansk, although he was not actually there or nearby was

Lieutenant General Oleksandr

Lapin was recently appointed commander of the "Center" troop group.

It will be recalled that

for the first time Russia commented on the loss of Lyman, which is an important strategic city for the liberation of other settlements in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions


They said that the Russian command was forced to withdraw its troops to "more advantageous positions".

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