Chief Wagner: The Russian army laid mines to make it more difficult for mercenaries to leave Bashmut | Ukraine and Russia war

Chief Wagner: The Russian army laid mines to make it more difficult for mercenaries to leave Bashmut |  Ukraine and Russia war

99 percent of the Russian mercenary army left the captured Ukrainian city of Pashmut. This is what Wagner’s chief Yevgeny Prigozhin says. Striking: In the same letter, he accused the Russian army of laying mines to make it more difficult for his exit.


Last updated:
02-06-23, 22:25

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All sites were handed over to the Russian Army as planned. “There are no more provocations from the Ukrainian forces,” Prigozhin said. “The surprise came from the other side this time. Just before we pulled back, we noticed some suspicious activity. Explosives were placed in ten different places, ranging from anti-tank mines to plastic explosives. It turned out that they were placed there by members of the Ministry of Defense.”

“Why did they do that? There was no answer, they just pointed their finger in the air. This was definitely not necessary to stop the enemy. The Ukrainian forces are hiding in a completely different area. So maybe they wanted to hit Wagner’s convoys. Fortunately, no one was hurt,” Prigozhin said.

According to earlier statements, only two members of Wagner were left to support the Russian army in taking control of the city.

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Prigozhin, once a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has become increasingly critical of the Kremlin’s war tactics. Wagner, Prigozhin’s private army, suffered heavy losses in the fighting in Ukraine and in Pashmut in particular.

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Prigozhin now even threatened the complete withdrawal of his mercenaries from Ukraine. “If the entire chain of command fails 100 percent and it will only be led by clowns who turn people into flesh, then we will no longer engage in battle,” he said during a training camp on Thursday.

Chief Wagner was present at a training camp for Wagner fighters. © via Reuters

Chief Wagner said his fighters would only continue to fight in Ukraine if they were given a separate front-line division with sufficient autonomy, Reuters reported. He also stated that his fighters would stay in the Donbass region for a month before making any further decisions.

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Head of Wagner Yevgeny Prigozhin
Head of Wagner Yevgeny Prigozhin © Photo News

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