Prigogine, the head of the Wagner Group, a mercenary company that disappeared after the Russian uprising, put out a new message in a week.
He said he’d see the next victory on the front sooner or later메이저놀이터, but he wouldn’t comment on where he was.
Reporter Hwang Bo-yeon reports.
They marched to Moscow to protest, not to drive out the Russian government. This is the core content of the voice message
that Prigozhin released on social media on the 26th of last month after the rebellion ended in one day.
Since then, Prigogine, who has been in stealth amidst wild speculation, has sent out the second message in a week.
Again, the purpose of the rebellion was mentioned, but unlike before, the opponent of the fight was more clearly pointed out.
[Yevgeny Prigozhin, Head of the Wagner Group: Our march of justice aimed at fighting traitors and setting up Russian society right.] It is interpreted that they were targeting
Defense Minister Shoigu and Chief of the General Staff Gerasimov, who had previously been vehemently criticized.
He also mentioned the Wagner Group mercenaries who followed him.
[Yevgeny Prigozhin, Head of the Wagner Group: I am sure we will see Wagner’s new victory on the frontlines in the near future.]
However, it has not been clarified whether the enemy to fight is the Ukrainian army or the traitor inside Russia.
Prigogine, who appealed for greater support from the people, kept quiet about his position.
[Yevgeny Prigogine, Head of the Wagner Group: We need your support now more than ever.] Even
in situations of rebellion, stealth, and intermittent messages, Prigogine appears to be receiving considerable support from the Russian people.
According to Russian opinion polls, although it is lower than before the rebellion, one in three Russians still view Prigozhin positively.