Head of the Chechen Presidential Security Service Ramzan Kadyrov is certain about the soonest elimination of terrorist formations' leaders. This was disclosed by Kadyrov to a RIA Novosti correspondent on Monday in Grozny.
"I believe their time is up. We will also eliminate a nest of mercenaries as well. It is a known fact that Turks, Arabs and other nations are fighting in our republic. They are also human wrecks," he said.
According to him, today terrorist leaders have no support among the local citizens.
"Today Maskhadov has no authority. He no more has ideological partners like in the first war. He has no more money, which he used to attract youth. Basayev is also a human wreck. He suffers from tuberculosis and will die anyway. We will just help him to die sooner," Kadyrov said.
Kadyrov also emphasised that the financial investments from abroad will also be of no use to terrorists, in particular to Abu al-Valid. "He is the main financial devil among the terrorists. I have recently arrested a terrorist, who told me that he saw over 2 mln Euros in al-Valids hands. But no matter how much Euros he has, his time is up as well," Kadyrov stressed.
At present, the Chechen Presidential security service consists of three structural groups, he said.
"The first is the group for protection of high officials and government facilities, the second is the police and the third is the private security enterprise. The total amount of our servicemen is approximately 1,000 people," Kadyrov noted.
At the same time he pointed out that it is not a secret anymore that some people in the security service used to be participants of the illegal armed formations.
"They fight for Russia now. They fight not for the reward but for the idea. They want to finish terrorism and the war as soon as possible," Kadyrov stressed.
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