Chechen leader Ramzan

Kadyrov

"edited" the text of President Vladimir Putin's address to the Federal Assembly.

Yes, Kadyrov "cut out" the mention of Jews in one of the paragraphs. 

The head of Chechnya published an excerpt of Putin's speech on his Telegram channel. 

In the original phrase, Putin said: "Our soldiers and officers -

Christians and Muslims, Buddhists and followers of Judaism

have actually proved better than a thousand words that the age-old cohesion and unity of the people of Russia is a colossal all-conquering force."

Original quote by Vladimir Putin/ Photo: screenshot

However, Kadyrov cut out the mention of the Jews: "Our soldiers and officers -

Christians and Muslims, Buddhists (...)

actually proved better than a thousand words that..." - this is exactly the version of the text he published.

Text in Ramzan Kadyrov's Telegram channel/ Photo: screenshot

The leader of Chechnya, Kadyrov, has been supporting Palestine since the beginning of the war between Israel and Hamas. 

We will remind you that

Putin firmly declared his intention to continue the war against Ukraine: what did he say.