An important event took place in the Ukrainian-Russian war. Wagner announced his decision to withdraw from Balmouth.
Prigozhin, the founder of the Russian security company Wagner, announced that on May 10 they decided to withdraw from Bakhmut due to lack of ammunition.
Agner announced that on 10 May they had decided to withdraw from Bakhmut due to lack of ammunition.
HE ASKED WHERE THE AMMUNITION
Yevgeny Prigozhin, founder of the Russian security company Wagner, released footage of militants who he said were killed because they were not given ammunition, yelling at Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Chief of General Staff Valery Gerasimov, asking where the ammunition was was.
Prigozhin, also known as the “Kremlin chef”, posted a video about the ammunition problem they faced during the war in Ukraine on his company Concord’s social network.
Prigozhin, who showed the bodies of the recently killed Wagnerists in a video released at night, said the fighters were someone’s children and their fathers. Noting that the fighters died due to lack of ammunition, Prigozhin said that those who did not provide ammunition would “burn in hell.”
In his speech, Prigozhin angrily shouted: “We do not have enough ammunition at the rate of 70 percent. Shoigu! Gerasimov! Where is the ammo? Look at these (corpses on the ground)!” said.
“The rich sit in their clubs and decide the fate of the war at their discretion”
Prigozhin, who claimed that those who did not give them ammunition lived in rich clubs and determined the fate of their soldiers at their own discretion, argued that if the ammunition in the warehouses were given to Wagner, their losses would be 5 times less. Prigozhin said: “(Warriors) came here voluntarily and are dying.” used the phrase.
Since February, Prigozhin has been seeking the support of the Russian Defense Ministry, arguing that “they are no longer supplied with ammunition.”
Prigozhin said that if they were not given the necessary ammunition from the Russian army, they would withdraw some of the fighters from Bakhmut, where they clashed with Ukrainian soldiers.
HE WANTED SUPPORT SINCE FEBRUARY
Since February, Prigozhin, founder of the Russian security company Wagner, has turned to the Russian Defense Ministry for support, arguing that “they are no longer supplied with ammunition.”
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