Adam Delimchanu, cousin of Chechen dictator Ramzan Kadyrov, is the commander of the battlefield in Mariupol, according to British military intelligence.
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Britain’s Ministry of Defense said in its daily intelligence update that Russia’s use of auxiliary personnel, including Chechen forces, to break up the Ukrainian resistance in Mariupol is evidence of its serious resource problems in Ukraine.
Although Russian forces surrounded Mariupol for more than 10 weeks, fierce Ukrainian resistance delayed Russia’s full control of the city. He thwarted their early attempts to seize a major city and inflicted heavy casualties on the Russian forces.
“In an attempt to overcome the Ukrainian resistance, Russia made extensive use of support personnel. This includes the deployment of a Chechen force, possibly numbering several thousand militants, concentrated mainly in the Mariupol and Lugansk sectors,” says the daily intelligence update.
The ministry explained that these forces are likely to consist of individual volunteers and units of the National Guard that routinely protect the head of the government of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov.
Kadyrov would likely have personal oversight of the troop deployment, and his cousin Adam Delimkhanov would likely be the Chechen field commander in Mariupol. Deploying such diverse staff attests to Russia’s serious resource problems in Ukraine and is likely to contribute to the distraction of leadership, making Russian operations more difficult.
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