Russian media reported that General Alexander Lapin, the commander-in-chief of the Central Region, who was mainly responsible for the withdrawal of troops from the battlefield in Tessan province of Ukraine, was removed from his post.
A few days ago, when Ukraine fired at a Chechen battalion with Heimas missiles, almost the entire battalion was killed and wounded. Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said on his social network on October 7 that Chechen right-wing soldiers contacted General Alexander for help, but could not be contacted and did not receive any help.
Ramzan Kadyrov mocked, “Where is General Lapin?” “We can only rely on the Chechen army and the Hungarian mercenaries to protect the Russian state,” Kadyrov said. Two days after he said that, the news that General Alexander Lappin has been removed from his position came out.
Alexander Lapin is the fifth general in charge of the Ukrainian battlefield to be removed from his post since the start of the invasion. His son, a lieutenant colonel, was also killed last week in a shooting by Tajik recruits at a Belgorod recruit training ground.
(Videos of the Himas hitting the Chechen battalion can be seen at https://t.me/burmanewsnetwork.)