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War in Ukraine: Yevgeny Prigozhin announced the capture of a Russian colonel whom he accused of trying to kill soldiers of the Wagner Group at Bachmouth.

War in Ukraine: Yevgeny Prigozhin announced the capture of a Russian colonel whom he accused of trying to kill soldiers of the Wagner Group at Bachmouth.

In a video posted by Yevgeny Prigozhin, a captured Russian Army Lt. Col. Wagner pays lip service to firing on the convoy.

SaturdayYevkhuni Prigozhin, boss and founder of the Russian paramilitary group WagnerIn the telegram, it was alleged that the Russian Defense Ministry wanted to mine the exits from Bagmouth and trap its soldiers.

“Just before we took off, we detected suspicious activity on the exit ramp. (…) We started exploring our routes […] We found more than a dozen different explosives sites, ranging from hundreds of anti-tank mines to tons of plastic explosives.”He said that It is the representatives of the Ministry of Defense who are trapped in these areas by explosives [russe].

“When asked why they did this, they point the finger”, added Yevgeny Prigozhin, referring to the Russian leadership. “Although we did not march in column, we may assume that these explosives were intended to accommodate Wagner’s divisions.” He insisted.

He also announced Almost all its units left Bagmouth. Captured after months of fighting against Ukrainian forces, the Russian Defense Ministry handed over the recovered positions.

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War in Ukraine: Evgeny Prigozhin, head of the Wagner Group, accused Russia of wanting to trap its soldiers by mining exits from Bagmouth.

He claims Wagner opened fire on the convoy

This Sunday, Evgueni Prigojine broadcast a video on Telegram Russian army colonel Subjected to an advanced investigation, know catch by his men. It was Lieutenant Colonel Roman Venividin of the 72nd Brigade. In the images, the latter, seemingly imprisoned in what looks like a cellar, is bombarded with a series of questions. He responded by offering confessions extracted under duress, lowering his gaze.

BMC Wagner detained and interrogated none other than the commander of the 72nd Regiment, Roman Venividen. Wagner and the 72nd Brigade shared positions at Pakmut.

They stopped the man, beat him, broke his nose and forced him to record a video in which he confessed to firing at the PMC’s car. pic.twitter.com/BY3PhEV60q

— Dimitri (@wartranslated) June 4, 2023

In the video, he is lip-syncing Wagner opened fire on the convoyBy the time he was intoxicated with alcohol “Personal Enmity”An act he professes to approve of “wrong”. He also listens and slips “Ten Twelve” Wagner’s subordinates to disarm the rapid intervention team. “Do you think personal animosity has a place in war?”A voice calls out. “no”The colonel is relaxed, apathetic.

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