Bosnian analyst found Wagner fighters in Kazakhstan

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The Bosnian military analyst called on “patriotic forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina to be vigilant.”

“Follow the situation in Kazakhstan, Russia will act similarly in the event of a crisis in our country. Yesterday, at the airfield in Alma-Ata, more than 300 commandos from the Russian private military company Wagner landed from a Russian Il-76 transport plane. The Wagner commandos were thrown into Kazakhstan under the pretext of guarding the Baikonur cosmodrome so that Russia would not introduce regular troops.

This is an instrument of hybrid war, “- quotes the words of the” expert “” Radio Sarajevo “. (Poor “Wagnerians”, taking into account the fact that the Il-76 carries 126 paratroopers, they had to fly in cramped conditions)

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