Wagner’s leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin, has broken his silence since the end of the armed uprising on Saturday night, claiming his march on Moscow was a “master class” in what a Russian attack on Kiev should have looked like.
In an 11-minute audio clip posted on Telegram channels linked to Wagner, Prigozhin said he was only known for his group’s attack on the Russian capital to avoid spilling Russian blood. in the battle in Ukraine not to overthrow the federal government in Moscow.
He described his Wagner mercenaries as “perhaps the most experienced and efficient unit in Russia, possibly the world,” and noted that his private naval firm had done “tremendous work in Russia’s interests.”
And claimed that he started the rebellion to “prevent the destruction of the Wagner Group”, including that they were ordered to hand over their weapons to the Russian military, and suffered additional losses in airstrikes by the Russian Air Force.
“The aim of the campaign was to prevent the destruction of Wagner’s PMC and to bring to justice those who have committed a large number of mistakes during the special military operation with their unprofessional actions,” Prigozhin said.
It comes regardless of Medusa’s reports that the mercenary boss known as Putin is desperate for his method to Moscow after realizing he’s made a mistake so that the Russian boss ignores his name and serves as a chilling reminder of who it costs.
Yevgeny Prigozhin, owner of naval firm Wagner Group, appears to have gotten out of a fleet car on the avenue in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, Saturday, June 24, 2023.
Soldiers of the Wagner Group of the Private Military Company (PMC) drive a tank while exploring “Siberia” Avenue in central Rostov-on-Don, southern Russia, June 24, 2023
Russian media Meduza claimed that the mercenary boss, known desperately as Putin (pictured), followed his method to Moscow after realizing he had made a mistake, only for the Russian boss to ignore his name and act as a chilling reminder of who has management.