The Wagner crisis, which raised Russia, was resolved.
“Recognizing the responsibility for the shedding of Russian blood by one of the parties, we are rejecting our convoys and returning to the field camps according to plan,” said Prigojin, Wagner’s founder.
Yevgeny Prigojin, the founder of the Russian security company Wagner, left the Russian city of Rostov-Na-Don with the fighters.
“The Wagner convoy left Rostov and headed towards the field camps,” Rostov Region Governor Vasily Golubev said in a statement on his Telegram channel. used the phrase.
In the images on social media, it was seen that Wagner left the building of the Russian Southern Military District Headquarters in Rostov-Na-Don and removed all his military equipment from the city.
In addition, there were images of Wagner’s founder Yevgeny Prigojin, who challenged Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu, leaving Rostov-Na-Don by car.
In the statement made by the Russian Federal Highway Agency (Rosavtodor), it was reported that all restrictions on highways were lifted.
On the other hand, it was stated that the “anti-terrorist operation” declared due to an armed rebellion in regions close to the Ukrainian border, especially in Moscow and the Moscow region, will be lifted.
Wagner’s founder, Prigojin, accused the Moscow administration of lying to the public about Ukraine, in a statement on his Telegram account.
Wagner’s founder, Prigojin, accused the Russian army of attacking Wagner and threatened to retaliate.
Upon this situation, the Federal Security Service (FSB) opened a criminal case on the charge of “armed riot”.
In a statement made by the Russian Ministry of Defense, the allegations that Wagner attacked their camps were denied.