Wagner fighters will train with the Belarusian special forces

Minsk announced Thursday that the group fighters Wagner The Russians who were forced to leave their country to Belarus, Moscow’s ally, after the failure of their rebellion at the end of last June, will train with the Belarusian special forces.

The Belarusian Ministry of Defense said on Telegram that “during the week, units of the Belarusian special forces and representatives of the Wagner Group will train on combat missions at the Bretsky training site” near the border with Poland, according to AFP.

This comes after Minsk reported last week that Wagner fighters were training Belarusian recruits at a training site southeast of the capital, Minsk.

They will no longer fight in Ukraine

On Wednesday evening, a video clip published by Telegram accounts claiming to be close to Wagner appeared, but France Press was unable to verify it. Yevgeny Prigogine He receives his men “on the territory of Belarus” and explains to them that they will no longer fight in Ukraine.

In this video, Prigozhin asks his forces to train the Belarusian army and prepare to “go back to Africa,” as Wagner has a presence in several countries.

June 24th

It is noteworthy that on June 24, when the conflict reached its climax with the Russian General Staff, Wagner fighters took control of an army headquarters in Rostov-on-Don in southern Russia for hours and traveled hundreds of kilometers towards Moscow.

While their rebellion ended on the evening of June 24 with an agreement stipulating the departure of Wagner’s chief, Yevgeny Prigozhin, to Belarus. And the Wagner fighters were offered to join the regular forces, return to civilian life, or leave with their commander to Belarus.

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