National Guard of Russia in Chechnya to be headed by one of Delimkhanov brothers
Sharip Delimkhanov is one of Delimkhanov brothers close to the Head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov.
The Head of the Federal National Guard Troops Service of the Russian Federation Viktor Zolotov has appointed one of Delimkhanov brothers close to Ramzan Kadyrov as the Head of the National Guard of Russia in Chechnya.
As reported by the National Guard's information center, the Police Colonel Sharip Delimkhanov will head the Federal National Guard Troops Service Office for the Chechen Republic.
Sharip Delimkhanov is the State Duma Deputy Adam Delimkhanov’s brother and the Head of private security agency under the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Chechen Republic since July 2006.
Delimkhanov's appointment was among twenty other appointments of the National Guard's regional leaders. By an order, Viktor Zolotov has appointed heads of regional National Guard in Tomsk, Kostroma, Penza, Kurgan, Samara, Astrakhan, Omsk, Rostov, Tver, Pskov, Vologda, Ivanovo, Kemerovo, Sakhalin and Smolensk, Bashkortostan, Mari El, Chuvashia and Tyva.
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