The head of SBU Valentyn Nalyvaichenko considers that it isn't necessary to exaggerate the importance of statements of the president of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov concerning Ukraine.
"Such statements don't demand the comment from the European state, but I think that reaction the Ministry of Foreign Affairs won't keep itself waiting", - told on Thursday to journalists in Kiev.
"The only thing that I wouldn't exaggerate provocative statements of foreigners and their importance for Ukraine", - the head of Security service of Ukraine told.
"At us everything is quiet, we the constitutional European state, at all don't disturb us such statements", - Nalivaychenko emphasized, reports "Interfax - Ukraine".
It is known that the president of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov in interview of "The Telegraph" declared that Georgia and Ukraine is an illness of Russia which needs to be eradicated - to take the offensive.
In particular, according to the president of Chechnya, last year's attack of Georgia to South Ossetia was part of the anti-Russian plot of the western countries on "capture of all Caucasus".
In this regard Kadyrov urged the government of Russia to develop strategy as, in his opinion, it is necessary to take the offensive.
"Georgia, South Ossetia, Ukraine - all this will proceed and proceed. It is a private illness of Russia. Why we have to suffer always if we can liquidate this problem? We the great country, at us are all: army, technologies. We need to take the offensive", - the president of Chechnya declared.