Faced with the risk of a military coup, Russia imposes a self-imposed ban on Saturday, June 24. The Wagner leader, once close to Vladimir Putin, has vowed to go all out to overthrow the order. “We will destroy everything that comes in our way,” vowed the leader of a private army.
He would be accompanied by 25,000 men who would have shot down a Russian helicopter. Evgeny Prigozhin accused the Russian military of bombing one of its positions in Ukraine. He spoke of several deaths among his men and then, in an audio message, called for “a halt to Russian military command”.
For months, Wagner’s boss has been piling up reports of shock, especially when he loses popularity. This time, the Russian authorities retaliated. The army denies attacking Wagner’s men And the intelligence agencies have announced that they will open a Inquiry into “Call to Armed Riot”.
The offense is punishable by 12 to 20 years in prison. Wagner’s men are still fighting at the front in the Donbass. This disagreement will benefit Ukrainians. who engaged in a full counter-offensive against Moscow’s forces. In Russia, Security has been beefed up in many areas. Even in the capital, the mayor pointed out that counter-terrorism operations are underway.
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