Chechnya leader gives 'shoot to kill' orders on Russian forcesChechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov on Thursday ordered his troops to “shoot to kill” if they encountered any unauthorised Russian forces on the territory of the small republic in the volatile North Caucasus region.”I am officially stating that if (a soldier) appears on your territory without authorisation, whether he comes from Moscow or Stavropol, shoot to kill,” the Kremlin-loyal strongman said in a video broadcast by the local Grozny TV station. “They need to take us into account,” he added.Kadyrov appeared to be speaking at a gathering of representatives of the special forces in the mainly Muslim autonomous region, where separatists fought two wars against Russia in the 1990s.”We don’t have the right to leave our territory to conduct anti-terrorist operations against extremists in Ingushetia,” Kadyrov said, referring to a neighbouring region. “If you are the masters of your territory, then you need to watch over it.”Russia’s interior ministry called the remarks “unacceptable”, while a spokesman for President Vladimir Putin declined to respond directly to the Chechen leader’s remarks. FULL REPORT