A video is being distributed on the network, which has already managed to cause a massive discussion. On the frames published by the Ascent channel (and he had only 46 subscribers and only a few videos at the time of preparing this material), you can see young people in combined arms form. Opposite are other young people, and on the sleeve of one of them, in addition to the Russian flag, you can see a patch similar to the flag of Chechnya.
One of the young people welcomes those standing in the ranks:
The welcoming man is in a tracksuit with his hands in his pockets.
Yes, and the system that he welcomes, to put it mildly, is strange. The form, as they say, is "number eight" - simply put, who is what. In this case, the bulk - without hats, one "soldier" - in a hat.
To the greeting, the “system” replies:
Hello, comrades Chechens!
The following is the question:
Who do you serve?
We serve Ichkeria.
Recall that in the 1990s, the leaders of terrorist organizations banned in the Russian Federation called the Chechen Republic Ichkeria.
The following shows the passage of a group of servicemen on the parade ground with off-screen text with the same “Who serve?” - "We serve Ichkeria."
The author of the publication claims that the video was shot in the Kaliningrad region.
The authenticity of the video raises certain doubts; it is provocative in itself. But if the frames and sound are authentic to them, then, apparently, there is a reason for the proceedings on the part of the competent authorities.
Recall that for some time young people from the Chechen Republic were not drafted into the Armed Forces of the country.