According to him, among them there are 12,000 volunteers who have completed an accelerated training course. “Currently, more than 7,000 Chechen Republic fighters are successfully defending Russia’s interests in the NVO zone,” Kadyrov wrote.
In addition, 1,014 units of special equipment, including armored vehicles, quadcopters, night vision devices and thermal imagers, modern equipment and communications equipment, were transferred from Chechnya to the needs of the Northern Military District, the head of the region noted.
Likewise, more than 22,000 tons of humanitarian cargo were transferred from the republic to Donbass, including ambulances, medical equipment, food, medicine, construction materials, he stressed.
Earlier, Kadyrov reported that fighters from the Akhmat-1 OMON staff of the National Guard Bureau of the Chechen Republic went to the zone of a special military operation to replace their comrades.
In addition, a plane with fighters of the 96th National Guard operational regiment, which is located in Gudermes, flew from Chechnya to the NVO zone. According to Kadyrov, this is one of the most effective and combat-ready divisions of the National Guard.
The Chechen chief noted that both units included soldiers with extensive experience in combat operations.