“This is idiotism.” Kadyrov, the leader of the Russian Chechen Republic, responded angrily to the United States sanctions against Chechen officials and institutions.
On the 10th, the U.S. Treasury Department expanded the sanctions list of individuals and institutions against Russia under the “Magnitsky Act”, adding a number of individuals and institutions associated with Kadyrov to the sanctions list, accusing them of committing serious “human rights violations”, including “murdering of Russian opposition leader Nemtsov, torture and extrajudicial” Execution” and so on.
According to a report by the Russian News Agency on the 11th, six institutions, including Chechnya “Akhmat” Football Club, Ahmat Kadyrov Foundation, Ahmat Mixed Fighting Club and Chechnya Mineral Water Company, were included in the sanctions list of the United States. According to the U.S. Treasury Department, all these entities belong to or are controlled by the Chechen government.
Individuals on the sanctions list include Maltnov, deputy director of the Chechen General Administration of the Russian National Guards, Usmayev, deputy Prime Minister of Chechnya, and Simar, an Umirati who is known by the United States as the “Kadyrov horse trainer”. This means that their assets in the United States have been frozen, and no U.S. citizen will be able to carry out business of any nature with listed people or organizations.
In response to the U.S. policy, Kadyrov said he was neither surprised nor afraid of it, and that these sanctions would have no impact on the development of the Chechen Republic.” Isn’t it American hypocritical that bin Laden has caused to the United States toll.
His family lives in the United States and his brother runs his own business companies around the world.
None of these people are subject to US sanctions, because as long as you are willing to submit to Washington, you can do business smoothly? He also said he was prepared to submit an application to Guinness World Records to name Chechnya “the Republic with the largest number of people and organizations on the sanctions list”.
According to the Russian News Agency, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Zaharova responded to the U.S. sanctions on the 11th, saying, “As usual, the new U.S. sanctions are based on fabrication reasons and there is no evidence to support it.
It was a clumsy PR action aimed at imposing the image of Russians as ‘human rights violations’ on the international community.”