Awarding the rank of colonel general to the scandalous head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, is a "spit in the face of Russian officers."
This was stated by the advisor of the President's Office Oleksiy Arestovich in a conversation with the Russian journalist and human rights defender Mark Feigin.
Arestovych pointed out that by awarding Kadyrov, Putin thereby supported his claims to the General Staff of the Russian Federation.
"Russia is in the midst of catastrophes and is rapidly falling there. And there is a reason for this: today Putin awarded Kadyrov the rank of colonel general. One cannot imagine a bigger slap in the face of Russian officers, except for Stalinist repressions, one cannot imagine such humiliations. To be honest, I it is interesting to see to what extent the Russian military can reach the limit of humiliation, having behind them the GRU, military power, superpowers in the war," says the adviser to the OP.
It will be recalled that on October 5, the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, announced that Putin had awarded him the rank of colonel general.
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