Wagner Rebellion: What happened in Russia?Jun 25, 2023
Russian mercenaries traded trench warfare in Ukraine for armed
rebellionat home. Its leader vowed to march on Moscow in the most serious threat to Vladimir Putin's government. It triggered greater security. Global scrutiny and this extraordinary statement from the president. This is an adventurous criminal campaign that is equivalent to. Armed mutiny Russia will defend itself and reject this movement. We are fighting for the life and safety of our citizens and our territorial integrity. It is an attempt to subvert us from within. This is betrayal against those fighting on the front. a stab in the back of our troops and the people of Russia the uprising of the head of the Wagner mercenary group put the country on a knife edge but with a convoy of his fighters approaching Moscow Yevgeny Pregosin apparently blinked the Wagner company they wanted to disband us we started the March for justice on the 23rd in 24 hours you reach 200 kilometers from Moscow during that time we do not shed a single drop of the blood of our men now, although the time has come when blood can be shed, therefore Conscious of the responsibility that one of the parties may spill Russian blood, we are turning our columns and advancing in the opposite direction to the camps according to the plan, the U-turn avoided for now the prospect of an internal war within Russia.
It marked the latest twist in a day of confrontation and confusion. Hours earlier, Wagner's forces took the city of Rostov Ondon on Russia's southern border. Wagner's boss said he was seeking revenge after accusing Russian military chiefs of killing his men in Ukraine even though they are fighting on the same side we are at military headquarters the Rostov military sites are under the control of the Wagner fighters, including the planes from the air base that leave for combat leave in normal mode there is no problem in reality this was not a problem but a potential catastrophe for President Putin an explosion shook a second city while a missile barely reached a military helicopter in the chaos an oil depot caught fire Wagner's boss claimed that Russian forces were targeting his men as they advanced towards Moscow on the streets of the capital There was an increased security presence, but there is no sense of panic.
Information is tightly controlled here and loyalty to the president remains strong. You know we have to listen to Putin in this case and support him. I have a very negative opinion of Prague because, no matter
what, you can do it. not to go against the government against the president in a combat situation he is a clear enemy Ukraine and its Western allies watched the show unfold making their own interpretations the Kremlin man is obviously very afraid and probably hiding somewhere without showing himself I am sure that he is no longer in Moscow, he calls somewhere and asks something that he knows
whathe is afraid of because he himself has created this threat with the nightfall.
Wagner's forces seemed to be keeping their word to withdraw. The Kremlin was also making peace. saying that the Pragosians will no longer face criminal charges and will instead move to Next Door Belarus, whether it was all just theater or a genuine threat to the state, one thing is certain: the drama in Russia is far from over Deborah Haynes SkyNews
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