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Wagner Group leader Prigozhin appeared before the world for the first time after the rebellion with Putin



Moscow: A video of Yevgeny Prigojine, head of the Russian private army Wagner Group, surfaced on Wednesday. In this video, Yevgeny Prigozhin is seen telling his soldiers that they will have to spend time in Belarus for their military training before being deployed to Africa. Last month, under Prigozhin’s leadership, Russia’s private army revolted.

Channels of messaging apps owned by Prigozhin’s private military company Wagner said he addressed troops at a field camp in Belarus and posted a video. The visuals have been blurred in this video prepared in the evening. In this, Yevgeny Prigozhin’s shadow is seen, and his deep voice can be heard clearly.

In the video, Prigozhin says, “Welcome everyone. It is my pleasure to welcome you. Welcome to the country of Belarus.” Prigozhin said, “We fought with honor. We did a lot for Russia.” The Prigozhin rebellion posed a serious threat to President Vladimir Putin’s 23-year rule. Although this rebellion was small in scale.

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Prigozhin also criticized the decision to fight in Ukraine in the new video, the authenticity of the video could not be immediately confirmed. “Everything happening on the border today is a disgrace that we must not participate in,” he said, adding that Wagner’s forces may return to Ukraine in the future. Prigozhin said in the video, “We can only resume special military operations when we feel that what we are doing will not bring us shame.”

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Prigozhin said, “We just have to wait. So it was decided that we will spend some time in Belarus. During this time, we will make the army of Belarus the second most powerful army in the world. We will train, raise our level and then leave for a new trip to Africa.

Keywords: Russia, russia ukraine war, Vladimir Poutine, Wagner Group