The head of the Chechen Republic plans to record a record number of personal sanctions against him in the Russian Book of Records and the Guinness Book.
According to Ramzan Kadyrov, about 70 restrictions have been introduced against him and his family since 2011. The head of Chechnya himself has long ceased to count “anti-Kadyrov” sanctions, but he knows for certain that he has surpassed Alexander Lukashenko, Bashar al-Assad and Kim Jong-un. About the latter, by the way, films were made.
“In total, 15 direct restrictions were imposed against me, 10 against my family members, 28 against my associates and like-minded people, 9 against organizations, 4 against horses and 4 against Instagram * accounts. And these are just those sanctions , which I know about. I am sure that there will be even more of them,” Kadyrov said.
The head of Chechnya also noted that he had been under economic restrictions for more than 11 years. In connection with this “enormous work of the West”, he decided to perpetuate it by fixing the world record officially.
Glavred “Book of Records of Russia” said that the result of the application will be announced tomorrow.
* Banned in Russia
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