Chechnya’s Akhmad Kadyrov Fund has organized delivery of more than ten tonnes of food and other relief aid to Syria, Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said on Thursday that his Republic has delivered over ten tonnes of food and other aid to war torn Syria.

The donation was made through Akhmad Kadyrov Fund, a charity established in 2004 to assist Chechens, but has since extended to help others in different Russian regions, Somalia and also Syria.

“On Wednesday, thousands of women and children received food products, baby foods, blankets, etc. – ten tonnes in all – from the Akhmad Kadyrov Fund. The Fund’s volunteers delivered the aid to temporary accommodation centers and refugee camps,” Kadyrov wrote on his Instagram.

Thus, in September 2016, the Fund sent more than 2,500 sheep, 100 bulls and ten camels to residents of Syria’s Damascus and its suburbs, to Latakia, Tartus and Aleppo on the occasion of the Moslem festival Kurban Bairam, and also provided 7,000 Syrian children with school kits, TASS explained.

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Despite all my respect to the author,but Chechnya is part of Russia and isn’t thus independant. So, replace the word chechnya in the title by Russia

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It’s not independent but it has quite a lot of autonomy. It’s one of Russia’s 22 republics, which are allowed to have their own constitution.

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Yes, what you are saying is correct. But still, Chechnya isn’t independent.

Our ally, Russia, made two wars to restore Russian sovereignty in Chechnya… I am just saying, we need to use the right terms/words otherwise it can hurt the feelings of our Russian readers/friends.

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A very controversed guy, this Kadyrov.