OREANDA-NEWS. The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said that he visited several cities in Turkey, but did not find "shaitans" from the republic there. The video was posted on Instagram by the Chechen Press Minister, assistant to the head of the region, Ahmed Dudaev.

In it, Kadyrov and the minister reported that they had visited Belek, Kemer and Antalya.

"They said that there are Shaitans in Turkey. I don't see. There are beautiful people here, there are no Shaitans," the head of Chechnya said.

Dudaev noted that the "Shaitans" apparently "escaped". "They ran away," Kadyrov replied to him.

In the caption to the video, Dudaev said that they "went day and night along and across several Turkish cities" and "did not meet a single "formidable" loudmouth from those who had previously made threatening and ridiculous statements that they would show something here."

The minister suggested that these people "amicably disappeared in order "to wait until better times and start their "threats" immediately after he and Kadyrov return to Chechnya. "Ramzan Akhmatovich has an amazing quality of rapid healing in such characters of all their show-offs and audacity by his presence alone," Dudaev added.

Last Saturday, October 9, six foreign citizens suspected of espionage were detained in Turkey, Habertürk TV channel reported. According to his sources, the detention operation was carried out at two addresses in Antalya and at three addresses in Istanbul. Three pistols were seized from the detainees, one of which was with a silencer and a laser designator, as well as cartridges. The photo published by the TV channel showed that one of the passports seized from the suspects was Russian.