On Saturday 24 June, Prigozhin asserted – in a series of videos on his social media platforms – that he and his men would stop at nothing to take control of the Russian military apparatus. According to them, the military was guilty of attacking a Wagner position in Ukraine the previous day and, more broadly, of not providing them with the necessary logistical support.
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