Wagner, head of the Russian paramilitary group, made the call on Friday, June 23 “stop” Russian military high command after an attack on its militant camps. He accused Russia of ordering them, which Moscow denies. In response, the Russian general Sergei Surovikhin asked Wagner “stop” Before it’s gone “too late”. “The enemy is waiting for the domestic political situation in our country to deteriorate.” He insists in a video. At the same time, the security services call for the arrest of Wagner’s boss. Follow our life.
Security has been beefed up in Moscow. Security measures have been tightened in the Russian capital, Moscow, state agency TASS reported. “Strategic, state facilities and transport infrastructure are placed under enhanced security”According to this source, the police said.
Russian security services launch investigation into ‘call to sedition’ Wagner, head of the Russian paramilitary group, has called “stop” Russian military high command after an attack on its militant camps. Evgeny Prigogine He claims to have 25,000 men and calls on Russians, especially soldiers, to join them. The Russian Security Services (FSB) then launched a “call to sedition” investigation.
Wagner’s boss accuses Russia of ordering attacks on his military bases. Evgeny Prigogine, Wagner’s boss accused the Russian defense minister of ordering an attack on his fighters’ camps behind the Ukrainian front. “A very large number of victims”. He assures “Answer” Bombing and called for no resistance “Resistance” to his troops. For its part, the Russian military did not carry out these attacks.
Wagner’s boss accuses Russian civil servants of “genocide”. Yevgeny Prigozhin confirmed in Telegram that he had asked the Russian Intelligence Service to initiate criminal proceedings against Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of Staff Valery Gerasimov. In a written statement, he alleged that they were responsible “Genocide of the Russian People” And “treason”.
Moscow bans new European officials on its soil. Russia has announced that “Significantly Expanded” List of people banned from entering its territory, in reaction to new sanctions from Brussels against Moscow. “We consider these EU measures illegal”The Russian Foreign Ministry explained in a press release, without specifying the number of people involved.
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