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Wagner chief Prigozhin claims control of military facilities in Russia's Rostov-on-Don and Voronezh: Live updates
Russia's FSB security service accused Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin of calling for an "armed rebellion" when he vowed retaliation after claiming Moscow's military killed a "huge amount" of his mercenaries in a strike on a camp. Follow for live updates.
Russia did not face an imminent security threat to justify its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Yevgeny Prigozhin, the founder of Russia’s Wagner mercenary outfit, said in a bombshell video posted on social media Friday. “The Armed Forces of Ukraine were not going to attack Russia with the NATO...
So basically the head guy of Wagner don't believe the invasion of Ukraine was a good idea anymore and that his pal Putin purposely done an airstrike on his men to make them angry and get back to fighting with Ukraine again. He wants to fight back against the Russian government and depending on how this goes it could be make or break for Russia's invasion of Ukraine and fighting could spill into the Russian mainland if Putin doesn't play his cards right. Interesting developments all around and if infighting does happen it might actually save Ukraine being wiped off the map but I want to know what you folks think.