Wagner Chief Posts Voice Recording Explaining Actions
Prigozhin: Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko extended his hand out and offered to find solutions for further work for the Wagner PMC group within “legal jurisdiction”.
PRIGOZHIN - Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin has posted an 11-minute-long audio clip on social media after disappearing on June 24th after stating that he was headed to Belarus. The clip did not say whether he is now in Belarus or not.
In the clip, he reiterated that marching toward Moscow was not aimed at changing the Russian leadership, but that the group was triggered after being hit by Russian missiles and helicopters.
In the recording, he said, “We started our march due to injustice. We showed no aggression, but we were hit by missiles and helicopters. This was the trigger.
We showed a master class on how Feb. 24, 2022, had to look. We turned around to avoid spilling the blood of Russian soldiers. We regret that we had to hit Russian aviation".
Prigozhin States There Was No Agreement To Sign A Contract With The Russian MOD. Here’s What The Audio Clip Said:
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