Wagner fighters in Belarus, neighbors say

Wagner Group forces have moved into Belarus, following a short-lived Russian mercenary revolt towards the Kremlin final month, in response to Ukrainian and Polish officers.

Andriy Demchenko, a spokesman for Ukraine’s Border Guard Service, stated within the Telegram Submit on Saturday that Wagner forces had been seen shifting from Russia into Belarus.

The Polish Deputy Minister for Particular Companies Coordinator, Stanislav Zarin, stated on Saturday that the most recent intelligence signifies the arrival of Russian mercenaries in Belarus.

Zarin stated in a Post the video to Twitter. “However one factor is for certain — the Wagner Group is being deployed to Belarus to meet a mission of some sort.”

The Belarusian Ministry of Protection launched a video on Friday displaying Wagner forces coaching Belarusian forces.

Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin launched an riot towards Moscow late final month, calling for the ouster of Russian Protection Minister Sergei Shoigu after months of criticism over the way in which Russia’s navy management was conducting the struggle in Ukraine.

Finally he and his forces halted their advance in the direction of Moscow, after Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko negotiated a take care of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Prigozhin and the forces that took half within the rebel didn’t face expenses and had been allowed to depart Russia for neighboring Belarus.

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