Vladimir Putin’s warlord threatens to attack NATO member Poland with 6-second warning – World News

Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, 45, who has described himself as Vladimir Putin’s “attack dog”, has issued a chilling threat to Poland after they pledged their continued support for besieged Ukraine and threatened to ban Russian energy imports

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Vladimir Putin’s Chechen warlord Ramzan Kadyrov has threatened to attack NATO member Poland.

Chechnya’s ruthless leader is a longtime and ardent ally of Vladimir Putin and has deployed troops to support the Russian tyrant and his brutal war in Ukraine.

The thug has issued a chilling threat to Warsaw, telling the country Russia can “show what we’re capable of in six seconds”.

This comes in response to Poland’s continued support for neighboring Ukraine after lawmakers called for Russian oil and gas imports to be halted.

Kadyrov, 45, the tyrant Putin’s self-proclaimed “attack dog,” said Ukraine was “done” before targeting Poland Daily Telegraph reports.

He said: “What is Poland trying to achieve? When Ukraine is ready, in six seconds we can show you what we are capable of if there is an order.”

Notorious Chechen warlord Ramzan Kadyrov is a die-hard Putin supporter and ally


Ramzan Kadyrov/east2west news)

It comes amid reports that the notorious leader could use the chaos of political disagreements in the Kremlin to seize power, according to a Federal Security Service (FSB) agent.

The agent also pointed out that losing the “Battle for Donbass” could add to instability in Russia and lead to a coup or even further territorial losses.

The Kremlin has launched its latest attack in Ukraine’s eastern areas while Vladimir Putin is struggling to take control of the entire Donbass region.

Polish President Andrzej Duda addresses soldiers May 19 as troops from Poland, the United States, France and Sweden


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But Ukraine continues to put up fierce resistance and is currently slowing down the advance of Russian troops from the east.

In a letter to Russian human rights activist Vladimir Osechkin, the agent predicted that Putin’s army would fail to achieve its goals in Donbass.

The Chechens are known for their brutality and have repeatedly been accused of committing war crimes.

The war in Ukraine has provided Kadyrov with the perfect opportunity to prove both his loyalty and his continued usefulness to Putin.

The Chechen leader owes his position and power to the Kremlin, which funds his regime.

Some fear that Kadyrov will use the political chaos in the Kremlin as an opportunity to seize power


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In exchange for ensuring stability in Chechnya, Kadyrov receives huge subsidies from the Russian federal budget.

In recent years, however, a decline in violence and insecurity in the region has led some within the Putin government to question whether Moscow should send so much money to the Chechen ruler.

Kadyrov has proven over the years to be a useful tool for the Kremlin to settle internal political dissent in Russia.

Head of the Chechen Republic pictured with Vladimir Putin (L)


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Chechen forces are suspected of being involved in the assassination of opposition leader Boris Nemstov.

His commander in Mariupol, Ruslan Geremeyev, is said to have organized the cold-blooded shooting of the opposition leader right next to the Kremlin walls in 2015.

Geremeyev was injured in a fight against Ukrainian forces in Mariupol in late March.

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