Kadyrov tried to transplant a kidney, but it did not take root: exclusive data on the condition of the head of Chechnya
The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, underwent a kidney transplant, but the organ did not take root. The henchman of Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is still in critical condition.
OBOZREVATEL learned about this from its own sources in the Chechen diaspora. It is noted that Kadyrov is currently in one of the Moscow medical institutions. A second transplant operation is planned.
From time to time, the head of Chechnya regains consciousness, and then his associates come to him to divide power among his successors.
It was emphasized that he was taken by plane to Moscow, but doctors there were unable to help him, after which Kadyrov was returned to Chechnya. Then he was to be transported abroad for treatment, most likely to the UAE.
The ISW noted that the continued concern about Kadyrov's condition in the information space indicates that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin is dependent on Kadyrov to maintain stability in Chechnya. The Kremlin leader fears destabilization of the Kadyrov regime in the Chechen Republic.
ISW analysts believe that destabilization of the Kadyrov regime in Chechnya would be a serious blow to Putin's regime. This is partly because the establishment of the regime in Chechnya through a brutal and bloody war played an important role in Putin's early popularity in Russia.
As OBOZREVATEL reported earlier, Elkhan Suleymanov, the former Minister of Health of the republic and personal physician of Ramzan Kadyrov, disappeared in Chechnya under mysterious circumstances. According to Russian journalists, Suleymanov, an oncologist with a specialization in oncology, was suspected of allegedly poisoning the head of Chechnya, after which he disappeared without a trace in October 2022.