Kadyrov: the attack on Adam Osmayev and murder of his wife are Ukrainian security services

MOSCOW, November 1. /TASS/. The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said that the Ukrainian intelligence services were involved in the attack on Adam Osmayev and murder of his wife Amina Okueva, which occurred October 30.

“Ukrainian special services have decided to shoot not two but three birds with one stone – get rid of native bandidas, to distract the attention of Western masters from the protest anti-government rallies, to try to once again accuse Russia of its own troubles”, – Kadyrov wrote Wednesday in a Telegram.

As reported earlier, the adviser to the interior Minister of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko, the car in which were Osman and Okueva, was shot at a railway crossing near the village of glevaha in Kyiv region. In result died Okueva, Osmaev was wounded.

Kadyrov noted that previous statements of Ukrainian politicians and deputies who are constantly talking about Natalia Nikiforova (amine Okueva) as a Chechen fighting on the side of Bandera, unfounded, and she “has nothing to do with Chechnya or the Chechen people”. The head of Chechnya has denied speculation the Ukrainian side about the “Russian trace” in the murder of Nikiforova.

The head of the Republic stressed that “Ukraine has never had any “Chechen battalion”. He believes that this is “a myth, designed to create the appearance of Chechens support the criminal regime of Kiev.” “If the fate of Nikiforova intelligence services of Ukraine decided the fate of Osmayev still unknown”, – he wrote.

The attack on Osmayev was the second in the last six months. The killer tried to kill him in Kiev on 1 June 2017. Then Osman was also injured. The assailant killed the wife of Osmayev, which in itself was a firearm. The killer had discovered the identity of the citizen of Ukraine, but then also voiced the version about “Russian trace” of the crime.

Amina Okueva – fought in the South-Eastern Ukraine on the side of the government troops the wife of the native of Chechnya Adam Osmayev, who had previously been accused of plotting the assassination of the President of Russia Vladimir Putin.