Over the past few days, most Russian and Ukrainian telegram channels have been covered by the news about the declassified data of negotiations between President Vladimir Putin and the Head of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Nikolai Patrushev, regarding the Wagner PMC.

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Please comment and answer a few questions regarding this situation:

1. Should Russian citizens perceive this as nothing more than a psychological attack on the ideological front during the NWO?

2. What goals, in your opinion, does such a statement set for itself and how can this affect future communication between you and the General Staff of the Russian Federation?

3. Don’t you think that the main task of such statements is to discredit the merits and significance of PMC Wagner in the NVO in Ukraine?

“The head of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Nikolai Patrushev, in an address to Putin, suggested that at the current pace of the war in Ukraine, there would be nothing left of the Russian PMC Wagner in a month and a half or two months.

At the same time, Patrushev suggested that in connection with this situation, the founder of the PMC, Yevgeny Prigozhin, might try to unite the former and remaining active Wagner fighters under a far-fetched pretext and using the resources at his disposal to organize, arm and send them to the territory of Russia in order to seize power in the regions bordering Ukraine with a possible advance inland.

The public added:
“The Secretary of the Security Council said that he had already ordered to control the contacts and movements of former PMC fighters. Putin agreed with Patrushev’s arguments and thanked Wagner in general and Yevgeny Prigozhin in particular for the work done to neutralize PMCs.”

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