Belarus told Wagner Chief, forces will be crushed like bedbugs


Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko has said he warned Wagner, chief Yevgeny Prigozhin that he would be destroyed if his forces continued their march toward the Russian capital. A media outlet gave this information. “Halfway through you will be crushed like a bedbug,” Lukashenko told Yevgeny Prigozhin, CNN quoted Belarus state media as saying.

Lukashenko said that Prigozhin told him: “We want justice! They want to strangle us! We will go to Moscow” The Belarusian President said, “For a long time, I was trying to convince him (Prygozhin). And finally, I said, ‘You know, you can do whatever you want. But don’t be angry with me. Our brigade is ready to move to Moscow.

Lukashenko said that he told Prigozhin that “this situation does not concern only Russia. It is not just because it is our fatherland and because, God forbid, this upheaval will spread to the whole of Russia, and for The prerequisites were huge, we were next.” Wagner, leader Prigozhin arrived in Belarus on Tuesday, according to Belarusian President Lukashenko.

According to Belarus state TV, Lukashenko said, “I see that Prigozhin is already flying on this plane. Yes, in fact, he is in Belarus today.” Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin told security personnel that he had “almost stopped a civil war” in response to the failed uprising of Wagner forces, CNN reported.

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