“Remember, there was still a moment when we thought about whether to move the capital of the republic to another place, because almost everything there was destroyed to the ground. Now these thoughts seem strange, because Grozny is simply a wonderful city. And, of course, the transport component is of significant importance for Grozny and the entire republic. So it’s to the people who live there, thanks for what’s been done, and to you, of course. We will certainly continue this joint work in the future,” Putin said after the report of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, at an event dedicated to the transfer of a large batch of public transport to a number of entities via video link.
Chechnya has been transformed thanks to the hard work of the Chechen people and under the leadership of the authorities of the republic, but much remains to be done, Russian President Vladimir Putin said via video link at an event dedicated to the transfer of a large batch of public transport to a number of entities.
“Everything that has been done in the republic has been done by the hands of the talented, hardworking Chechen people and under your leadership and the leadership of your team. Indeed, the republic has transformed, it’s just that from those tragic years that you just remembered until today, in fact, not much time has passed, and nothing can be learned, it’s just a prosperous republic,” Putin said after the report of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov.
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, invited Vladimir Putin to visit the republic. The head of the region made this proposal via video link during a ceremony to renew the public transport fleet in Russian regions. He thanked the president for his assistance in restoring the transport sector in the republic and, in general, for his attention to Chechnya.
He added that Putin “restored the republic, not just bus stations and airports.” The President, in turn, thanked him for the invitation to visit Chechnya.
On Monday, the President, via video link, took part in an event dedicated to the transfer of equipment to the regions to update the public transport fleet. He emphasized that the modernization of the public transport fleet must be continued.