Wagner boss Prigozhin and Putin’s “bloodhound” support withdrawal from Kherson

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The head of Wagner and “bloodhound” advocates withdrawal from Kherson

Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin and Putin’s “bloodhound” Ramzan Kadyrov clearly support the decision to withdraw troops from Kherson. However, the latter is also critical.

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The head of Putin’s mercenary group Wagner comments on the withdrawal from Kherson.

During the Ukrainian war, Russian troops give up the conquered territory. Soldiers sent by Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin (70) are withdrawing from the strategically important part of the annexed Kherson region.

According to Sergei Surovikin, 67, the commander-in-chief of Russian troops in Ukraine, the withdrawal was “a very unpleasant decision”. What the general describes as “inconvenient” is a debacle for him and for Putin.

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