Russia: Wagner’s withdrawal. Prigozhin is gone. Blinken and Macron: Cracks in Putin’s Leadership. Beijing: Moscow Direct Support – Europe

Russia: Wagner’s withdrawal.  Prigozhin is gone.  Blinken and Macron: Cracks in Putin’s Leadership.  Beijing: Moscow Direct Support – Europe

“The crisis in Russia is exposing cracks in Vladimir Putin’s power system.” So said US Secretary of State Anthony blinkin. “At the moment we have no news of Putin’s removal of any military commander,” Blinken added, warning that “we will wait for the next few weeks to understand the developments.”

And the rebellion of the leader of the Wagner Group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, showed “the existing divisions in the Russian camp, the fragility of both the armed and auxiliary forces.” So said French President Emmanuel Macron, in an interview with La Provence, adding that he “followed the events every hour, in contact with France’s main partners.” “The situation continues to evolve,” he concluded, and called on us to “exercise extreme caution.”

there China Supports Russia “in maintaining national stability.” This can be read in a statement from the State Department on its website regarding the chaos that has arisen in Russia over the events linked to the Wagner Group over the weekend. “This is Russia’s internal affairs,” the statement notes. “China, as a friendly neighbor and global strategic cooperation partner in the new era, supports Russia in maintaining national stability and achieving development and prosperity.”

Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko, who mediated yesterday with Prigozhin to stop the advance of Wagner’s forces in Russia, today held telephone conversations with Russian President Vladimir Putin and former Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev. And it was written by the Belta agency, as reported by TASS.

“It’s the beginning of the end for Putin, he’s in big trouble now.” Michael is convinced of this Kasyanov, a former Russian prime minister under Putin from 2000 to 2004, who has since been torpedoed as a top critic of the czar. In an interview with the BBC, Kasyanov claims that after yesterday’s challenge “Prigozhin will go to Belarus first, but I think from there he will move to Africa and he will be somewhere in the jungle or something … Putin cannot forgive him for what he did with it “. The former Russian prime minister notes that Wagner’s boss “has destroyed Putin’s stability and his life is now a question mark…”

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“There is always great interest on the part of the United States in the Italian government. I remember Blinken’s words of great appreciation” during the Farnesina president’s recent visit to Washington. Foreign Minister Antonio himself said so Tagani During the “within half an hour” response to a question about Joe Biden’s consultations with some European leaders about the crisis in Russia, Georgia Meloni was not among them. “We are a great country, – Tajani added, – if Europe is firm in defending Ukraine, then this is also thanks to the Italian government. The European system is also supported thanks to our country.”

Gunfire in the air and applause from the crowd like militiamen Wagner Group They leave Russian city rustove (video) After the march of the rebels towards Moscow took place Stop 200 km from the Russian capital Thanks mediation Belarus. The fighters withdrew from the area Voronezh Based on Lipetsk.

Less than 24 hours after the intervention of Minsk, the leader of the private militia PrigozhinIt seemed to have disappeared into thin air. According to the New York Times, which cites intelligence sources, the US authorities were Know for days of the boss’s plans Wagner’s mercenary group.

Meanwhile, the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) claims that Prigozhin’s rebellion may have failed, but that the Kremlin is now facing an “extremely unstable” situation. Meanwhile, in an interview with “Russia 1” recorded on June 21 and quoted by “TASS” today, Russian President Vladimir Putin He says his priority is to take care of the special military operation in Ukraine. “This is how I start my day, and this is how I end it,” says the Russian president.

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Zelensky in Russian: Putin is no longer in Moscow, he is hiding


Yesterday, the mediation of Belarusian President Lukashenko was decisive.

The Kremlin will not go after the rebel militias And their leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin, will go to Belarus. Directly launching his challenge to the Russian president, the militia commander announces that he is standing back “to avoid a Russian bloodbath”. Yesterday morning, Russian President Vladimir Putin defined the action of the militiamen as “a stab in the back delivered by traitors.”

Russia, Prigozhin: Let’s go back so that no blood is shed


Where is Prigozhin?
Meanwhile, less than 24 hours after tumbling 200km from Moscow, Yevgeny Prigozhin appears to have disappeared into thin air.Or at least keep quiet. And the leader of the Wagner militia had agreed yesterday to leave Russia and go, for the time being, to Belarus, with his men, in an agreement brokered by Minsk. However, his whereabouts at the moment are not clear. The latest information until last night, with a video of Prigozhin leaving the Rostov-on-Don military district headquarters after agreeing to move to Belarus. Under the deal, criminal charges against Prigozhin will be dropped, but there are still many questions about the details. As for the Wagner fighters, Peskov, a Kremlin spokesman, said they would not face legal action for their participation in the march to Moscow, saying the Kremlin had “always respected their heroic deeds” on the front lines in Ukraine. But according to experts, as with the deal, many questions remain about the fate of the militiamen after their short-lived uprising.

Chechen commander Ramzan Kadyrov He confirmed that SS units had been sent by his orders towards Rostov yesterday, and were ready to intervene against Wagner’s forces, but then “thank God, the situation ended without confrontation.” Kadyrov said yesterday he was ready to help Russian President Vladimir Putin “crush” the rebellion of Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin. Chechen radio and television Grozny said that 3,000 Chechen special forces were sent to “zones of tension”.

New alerts and attacks in Ukraine
On the war front, an explosion was heard in the Zaporozhye region, as reported by Ukrainian broadcaster Suspilny covered by Ukrainska Pravda, after an air raid alert hit the city and the surrounding area. The Air Force urged the local population to stay in shelters due to the use of ballistic weapons from the occupied territories. Even the Russian agency TASS gave news of the explosion, citing the Ukrainian Obshchestvennoye, explaining that “sirens are currently sounding in Kiev-controlled areas of the Zaporozhye region.” Moreover, during the night, Russian bombs hit nine villages in the Sumy region and the city of Nikopol in the Dnipropetrovsk region, killing at least one person.

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