Kadyrov died – his plane disappeared from the radar during the last flight


It took place on September 15.

Kadyrov’s plane disappeared from radars / photo REUTERS

Since the beginning of September, the business jet of the leader of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has flown to Moscow three times, and he has been staying there for the last three days.

A Russian publication writes about it “Verstka” with a link to the flight tracker. So, business jet “RA-73417” made flights to the Russian capital on September 6 and 9. In the afternoon of September 15, he took off from Grozny in the direction of Moscow, after which he “disappeared”.

In the sky above Volgograd, the transponder of Kadyrov’s plane stopped transmitting a signal. According to the project VChK-OGPUsince then the transponder has not been turned on.

Possible death of Kadyrov: what is known

As you know, there have long been rumors in the network that Kadyrov is seriously ill and undergoing treatment.

Ukrainian intelligence said on September 15 that they had information that he was in a serious condition. Yesterday, Chechen human rights defender Abubakar Yangulbayev wrote that Kadyrov had died.

At the same time, a video of Kadyrov walking down the street appeared in Kadyrov’s official Telegram channel in the afternoon. In the video, he says: “I strongly advise everyone who cannot distinguish truth from lies on the Internet to take a walk in the fresh air.”

Russian mass media reported that motorcades of the Chechen elite arrived at the hospital where he could be treated.

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