Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov’s precious horse, worth 18,000 dollars (about 50,000 rupees), has been stolen.
The president of Chechnya has revealed that his horse Zazu has become the first victim of Western sanctions since 2014, which hit him and his family.
Czech media revealed on Tuesday the theft of the Chechen president’s horse from a stable in the village of Krabchatsy in the western Czech region of Litomerice.
Czech police said they received information that a horse had been stolen from a stable in the village of Krabchatsy, believed to have been stolen on Saturday night.
“Since 2014, Zazu has become the first victim of Western sanctions targeting me, my family and my team,” Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov said on Telegram.
He added that his horse was stolen by an unknown group, wondering how it happened and how the police patrol allowed it to happen.
Ramzan Kadyrov says I don’t believe in coincidences but I can say that those who stole Zazu are so stupid that they even thought of stealing an approved horse.
Foreign website Russia Today reported that the Chechen president added that the thieves were so clever that the police were unable to trace their affairs.
Kadyrov expressed concern that the horse “Zazu” would fall into the wrong hands and suffer losses.