Ramzan Kadyrov: ''Let Stalin Be Cursed For Ages''
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov cursed the Secretary General of the CPSU Central Committee Joseph Stalin on his page of Instagram for the deportation of the Chechens, occurred in 1944. These words of the head of the region were written in his speech to the 60th anniversary of the return of Chechens to their historical homeland.
''Our ancestors faced with non-human trials, but showed miracles of courage and resilience. After the horrors of deportation, they found the strength to live and create in their native land. Joseph Stalin led the Chechens and other nations to the brink. Let him be cursed for ages!'' - wrote Kadyrov, as reports Gazeta.ru.
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