Businessman and founder of Wagner PMC Yevgeny Prigozhin announced the withdrawal of units from Artemovsk (Bakhmut) (Ukrainian name – Bakhmut). He said the main PMC units would be relocated to the rear camps by June 1.
According to Prigozhin, all positions will be handed over to the military, including ammunition, a basement with beds and sheets, dry rations and basic necessities. In addition, the head of a private military company pointed out that the capture of Artemovsk (Bakhmut) was “influenced by two people” who would be left to the military.
“Everyone thinks about how PMC Wagner acted: organization, management, armament, training. There were two postmen and two people that we left for the military. Bieber and Dolik,” Prigogine said and showed two fighters. The images are published by the press service of the head of the military company.
Earlier, Prigozhin said that the units of the PMC “Wagner” lost about 20,000 people in the battles of Artemovsk (Bakhmut).
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