Yevgeny Prigozhin Russian mercenary group leader Wagner says he’s ‘not sure’ about his men will continue to fight in Ukraine Vigorous clashes with the Ministry of Defense following the capture of the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut.
“Additional work on private military company Wagner In Ukraine, I’m not sure if we work specifically in Ukraine,” Prigozhin said in response to inquiries from Danish media.
Despite heavy losses, the fighters of the Wagner Group have proven to be among the most effective Russian fighters in Ukraine, and any attempt to Quitting a war could be seen as a betrayal by Moscow officials.
wagner wrestler They also fought in Africa and the Middle Eastthey still have some contracts.
After leading the months-long fighting in the eastern city of Bahmut that killed tens of thousands, Prigozhin withdrew his men to rest last month and regroup.
Prigozhin has long been at odds with the Ministry of Defense because everything he says comes from its poor leadership and tactics until ammo runs out.
They will sign the contract on July 1.
The Ministry said on Saturday that Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, whom Prigozhin has repeatedly defamed, signed an order stipulating that the Volunteer Army Contracts with the ministry must be signed by July 1.
Prigozhin was quick to say Wagner would not sign any contracts With the ministry, even such a contract would give volunteer groups the “necessary legal status” to operate.
The ministry has not yet responded to a request for comment on Prigorzhin’s refusal to sign him. Nor has he publicly commented on his harsh criticism of her performance.