After the promise of the United States to equate the Wagnerites with terrorists: Prigogine wrote a letter to the White House


After the US promise to equate the Wagnerites with terrorists: Prigozhin wrote a letter to the White House

Evgeny Prigozhin, the head of the Wagner Military Commissariat, wrote a letter to the White House. In it, he asked about the crimes of his militants.

The corresponding letter was published by Prigozhin's press service. The text was distributed in two languages: English and Russian. This is reported by Channel 24.

What Prigozhin wrote

Prigozhin's message is quite concise. He addressed his letter to White House National Security Representative John Kirby.

“Dear Mr. Kirby! I have a question for you: can you name what crime the Wagner PPK committed,” the letter from the head of the Wagnerites says.

Prigozhin's letter to the USA/Screenshot< /em>

Russian version/Screenshot

Pay attention! On January 20, National Security Council Strategic Communications Coordinator John Kirby reported that the United States recognize the Wagnerites as a “transnational criminal organization”.

CCN reporters reported that next week the White House will introduce additional sanctions against the criminal organization and its support network around the world.

In addition, the US released recently declassified photographs of Russian railcars traveling from Russia to North Korea and back. The United States believes that this was the first delivery of missiles for the Wagnerites to Ukraine.

Prigozhin’s army is suffering crazy losses

  • PPK units ” Wagner” are involved in military operations in Ukraine. It is Yevgeny Prigozhin's puppets who are storming Bakhmut and Soledar.
  • The Financial Times, citing estimates from the American authorities, informs that during the fighting in the Soledar-Bakhmut sector, the Wagner PIK lost 4,000 mercenaries dead and 10,000 wounded.< /li>
  • Washington estimates there are 50,000 people in Wagner. Of these, 40,000 are recruited in Russian prisons and only 10,000 are professional soldiers.
  • An expert on urban combat with the University of Warwick, Anthony King, said that Ukraine is likely to be able to hold the line around Bakhmut with minimal forces and prepare for the spring counteroffensive.

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