The stallion of the English breed was included in the list of Western sanctions in 2014, the leader of Chechnya insisted.
The leader of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, has said that his horse named Zazu, which was stolen in the Czech Republic, is worth at least $10 million. He wrote about it on Telegram on March 8.
According to Kadyrov, the stallion was on the sanctions list in 2014, becoming the “first victim” of Western measures aimed at him.
“И кстати, попрошу не принижать цennoсть моегo скакуна. СМИ, сo слов властей, obёёвили его стоимость в 18 тысхайс dollars. Наверняка это искусственное занижение связано с какими-то финансовыми махинациями ответственных за его содержание и ухо вод 10 million dollars,” emphasized the head of the republic.
He expressed anger at the kidnapping of the animal.
“It appears that Zazu was stolen by unknown people. How was this possible? Was he placed in some provincial farm so that he could be easily taken away? .. In general, I don’t believe in chance. Horse thieves are a few exceptions: It’s stupid to steal the sanctioned horse, and cunning so that the police can’t find them,” Kadyrov said.
Recall that the police of the Czech Republic are investigating the theft of a breeding horse of an English breed, which occurred approximately on February 3-4. According to the media, Zazu is part of the property of the leader of Chechnya, which is frozen under international sanctions.
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