19 October 2021, 14:14
Kadyrov's relative failed at high-profile tests for maroon beret
The check has showed that there were no brawl at the "Tambukan" test site of the "Rosgvardiya" (Russian National Guard) during the tests for maroon berets, Sergey Lysyuk, the head of the Association of the "Vityaz Maroon Berets' Brotherhood", asserts. According to his version, a relative of the head of Chechnya was removed from the tests.
The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that a conflict broke out between "Rosgvardiya" agents during the march within the tests for obtaining maroon berets. The "Vityaz" fighters assert that law enforcers from Chechnya were awarded maroon berets, although they were removed from the distance for deception – friends gave them a lift in cars during the march.
There was no brawl of instructors with special troop soldiers from Chechnya during the tests for obtaining maroon berets, Mr Lysyuk, who is also the founder of the "Maroon Berets" movement, asserts. He has refuted the facts that Chechen fighters were brought up in cars during the march.
Sergey Lysyuk has also noted that Abdul-Kerim, a relative of the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, was removed from the tests, as he "got off the march." Some media outlets called him to be a nephew of the head of Chechnya.
Sergey Goncharov, the president of the International Association of Veterans of the "Alpha" Antiterrorist Unit, has added that the receipt of maroon berets is tightly controlled by a large number of officers. According to his story, such a beret gives moral privileges. "A man with a maroon beret has all the skills of a special force fighter. This is highly motivating morally," he has explained.
Source: CK correspondent