The 40-year-old, who was previously a member of the Chechen independence movement, said: “The West, Europe do not want to help anyone. The important thing for them is to use every resource against Russia.
“They want to see us kneeling before them."
He added: “This will never happen.”
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov (R) greets Vladimir Putin in September last year
The comments come amid heightened tensions between the West and Russia, with Vladimir Putin supporting Syrian despot Bashar al-Assad who has been accused of being behind a chemical weapons attack on civilians.
The stance puts him completely at odds with US President Donald Trump – who in response to the chemcial weapons attack launched a US missile strike on a Syrian airbase.
Mr Kadyrov, who is the leader of the republic in southern Russia, also reiterated his loyalty to Russia in an interview with RT’s Arabic channel.
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He said: “[Mr Kadyrov's father Akhmad] said: if I am the leader of the republic, you let the Chechen people have its word. If the people say that they want to be part of Russia, I will agree to that too.
“If they say against it, so will I. That was the arrangement. And the people said they want to live as part of Russia.”
He added: “My people have entrusted me to serve in good faith. And my religion also obliges me to be loyal to the commander-in-chief.
“As long as this country and this president allow you to build mosques and pray, your duty is to die for this president.”
Mr Kadyrov also stated that he believed that Western “special services” were behind what he saw as the “chaos” in the country that lead to military conflict there in the 1990s and early 2000s.
He said: “The Western and European special services over the years did every possible and impossible thing to destroy Russia as a sovereign state. They chose the Chechen Republic as the stage for their game.
“That was not some bandit gang. There were fighters well trained by the special services. Our intelligence says fighters from 50 nations were involved. But Russia prevailed and has proven that she is a strong nation.”
Mr Kadyrov also said that the West was doing the same thing in Syria as it did in Chechnya.
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov with Vladimir Putin in 2011
He said: “What they saw there is the same thing we had here. The same scenario, the same masters.”
The Chechen leader also called on the West to provide the evidence that Syrian despot Assad was responsible for the chemical attack in the Idlib province.
The Middle Eastern country has become a flashpoint of tension between Russia and the US with the Russian President Vladimir Putin backing the the Syrian leader.
In turn the chemical attack lead to the US leader Mr Trump to launch a missile strike on the Ash Sha’irat airbase.
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov (R) meets Vladimir Putin 2009
Tensions between Russia and the US have not only been focused on Syria as earlier today the US airforce intercepted two TU-95 Bear jets in international airspace close to Alaska.
Mr Kadyrov has been implicated in a number of human rights abuses over the years, including instances of torture and murder.
However Mr Kadyrov, who is a close ally to Mr Putin and was last year nominated by the Russian president to stay on as Chechnya’s leader, has always denied them.
He previously said: "I don't want to kill, who did I fight? I fought terrorists. Who did I protect? I protected the whole of Russia so that people in Moscow or St. Petersburg… could live in peace. They accuse me of killing women and children. It's not true."
Most recently, the newspaper Novaya Gazeta reported two weeks ago that over 100 gay men were being detained and beaten in Chechnya and said at least three had been killed.
The report lead to various international human rights groups denouncing the claimed violence and called for Russia to intervene.
Mr Kadyrov took to social media on Sunday saying that he had met with the region's human rights council and proclaimed that rights have undergone a "grandiose" improvement in Chechnya.
He also claimed that international organisations are conducting a "massive information attack… using the most unworthy methods, reality is distorted, attempts are being made to blacken our society, lifestyle, traditions and customs."