Names of fallen soldiers from Chechnya to be immortalized in Mariupol

Magomed Daudov, Chairman of the Chechen Parliament, and Abuzaid Vismuradov, Deputy Prime Minister of Chechnya for the security bloc, brought humanitarian aid to Mariupol and met with the mayor of the city Konstantin Ivashchenko. This was announced in social networks by the head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov.

During the meeting, Magomed Daudov noted that the liberation of Donbass from nationalists began with Mariupol. And it was this city that took the brunt of it. Thanks to the courage and stamina, including the Chechen fighters, it was possible to restore historical justice and return the city to the borders of their historical homeland. Residents and authorities of Mariupol, in turn, highly appreciate the work of our fighters. Vivid evidence of this is the flag of the Chechen Republic, installed at the entrance to the city, Kadyrov emphasized.

“Konstantin Vladimirovich expressed gratitude to the Chechen fighters who made a significant contribution to the de-occupation of the city, and supported the initiative to perpetuate the names of the soldiers who fell in this struggle. He also thanked us for all-round assistance in the return to peaceful life in Mariupol,” Kadyrov noted.

Guests from Chechnya handed over a batch of humanitarian aid to Mariupol residents from the Regional Public Fund named after the Hero of Russia Akhmat-Khadzhi Kadyrov. In total, 50 tons of food were handed over to the residents of the city.

“Of course, it is very important for us to create all the necessary conditions for the return to peaceful life not only in Mariupol, but also in all settlements of Donbass. For my part, I want to assure Konstantin Vladimirovich and all the residents that we will do our best to achieve these goals,” Kadyrov concluded.

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