Wagner’s leader opposes Putin again.. “Russian forces are retreating”

A new riot, but a second stubbornness Russian President Vladimir Putin, Launched by Yevgeny Prigozhin, President of the Wagner Group.

The controversial man formerly dubbed Putin’s chef confirmed that Russian forces are retreating in eastern and southern Ukraine, following Kiev’s counteroffensive.

And he said, in statements broadcast by his accounts on social media, today, Friday, “the Russian army It is retreating on the ground on the fronts of Zaporizhia and Kherson… The Ukrainian forces are pushing the Russian army back.”

Catastrophic losses!

These statements contradict recent assertions by Russian President Vladimir Putin that Ukrainian forces are suffering “catastrophic” losses and that their counter-attack is failing.

It also contradicts the statements of the Russian Ministry of Defense, which asserted that the Kiev attack did not achieve any significant results.

He was the commander of those Wagner Russian group She, who played a prominent role on the battle fronts in Ukraine, has questioned Moscow’s version of what is happening on the ground in Ukraine over the past months.

Wagner founder Yevgeny Prigozhin, known as Putin’s chef with the Russian President (archives – France Press)

In previous statements, he said, criticizing the Ministry of Defense for its delay in sending military reinforcements to his forces, especially in the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut: “We are bathed in blood… No one is sending reinforcements. What they are telling us is deception,” referring to the Russian military and political leadership.

Likewise, he questioned, in one of his fiercest statements against the master of the Kremlin and Minister of Defense, Sergei Shoigu, the reasons behind Putin’s decision to launch the military operation in Ukraine, saying, “Why did the special military operation begin? .. The war was necessary for the self-promotion of a group of scoundrels.”

It is indicated that Prigozhin The 62-year-old businessman, who has become a prominent figure in Russia’s operations in Ukraine, was once very close to Putin, but that did not stop him from repeatedly criticizing Moscow’s policies.

This raised many question marks in the Russian corridors about the reasons that still prevent the master of the Kremlin from limiting him.

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