The terrorist complained that the occupiers were ineffectively fighting against Ukraine.
The leader of the Wagner terrorist group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, after his failed rebellion, dreamed that on February 24, 2022, he “could capture the entire territory of Ukraine in a day” and reach Uzhgorod.
This was reported by the press service of the Russian terrorist.
Russian militant Prigozhin said that he “wanted to show the occupying Ministry of Defense how to fight.” He boasted that he reached almost Moscow without much resistance. The terrorist believes that if his fighters attacked Ukraine on February 24, 2022, they would “reach Uzhgorod within a day.”
“The March of Justice showed many things that we talked about earlier. We blocked all the headquarters and airfields. We covered the distance from the starting point of the Russian troops on February 24 to Kyiv, and from the same point to Uzhhorod. If the actions of February 24 were carried out by a unit based on the level of training , as PMK “Wagner”, the special operation would probably last a day. We have shown the level of organization to which the army should be responsible,” said the terrorist Prigozhin.
The terrorist boasted that his fighters in Russia “were greeted with flowers.” He did not specify whether he expects such a “warm reception” in Ukraine.
Prigozhin’s failed rebellion and whether there is a threat to Ukraine
On the night of June 24, the leader of the “Wagner” terrorist group, Prigozhin, said that his fighters were going to Moscow “after the heads” of the country’s military leadership. They first seized all military facilities in Rostov and Voronezh and continued their movement to the capital of the aggressor country.
However, Prigozhin later said that through the dictator Lukashenka, he managed to come to an agreement with the leadership of the Russian Federation and “prevent bloodshed.” After that, the leader of the “Wagner” terrorists was sent to Belarus.
After that, the former head of the General Staff of Great Britain, General Richard Dannatt, said that the “Wagnerians” could prepare an offensive on Kyiv after that, since their leader had left for Belarus.
The Commander of the United Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Lieutenant General Serhiy Naev, commented on the threat of an attack by the “Wagnerians” from the territory of Belarus. He emphasized that the situation on the border is controlled by the Defense Forces.
On June 26, Prigozhin announced the reasons why he did not go to Moscow, saying that he “did not aim to overthrow the Kremlin regime.”