“Putin’s chef” Yevgeny Prigozhin, as they say in the Presidential Representation in the ARC, enjoys the support of the head of the occupation administration, Sergei Aksyonov. It is planned to allocate an area of 700 football fields for the construction of the Wagner PMC base.
The occupation administration of Crimea took care of creating a base on the peninsula for the Wagner PMC. For this, they plan to allocate a significant area, this was reported on March 7 by the Representation of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea,
It is noted that the initiator of this decision was the head of the occupation administration Sergei Aksyonov. Such a base could become the first location for Wagner PMC mercenaries in the annexed Crimea.
It is planned to allocate an area of 500 hectares for construction in one of the mountainous areas, which corresponds to an area of approximately 700 football fields.
It is known that the founder of PMC “Wagner” Yevgeny Prigozhin negotiated the construction of a base with in other regions of the Russian Federation, but Sergei Aksenov has more opportunities, and Putin’s “cook” likes the management model that the so-called head of Crimea has built, and he sees it as ally.
Earlier, Focus reported that a secret cemetery of PMC “Wagner” was found in the Moscow region. Residents of the village of Mavrino reported that the same type of graves appeared overnight, and that no one visits them.
Recall that, according to the Pentagon’s estimates made on March 7, the “Wagnerites” are fighting better than the regular Russian army. According to the head of the US Department of Defense Lloyd Austin, mercenaries manage the offensive better, for this they use “inconceivable but effective methods.”
In turn, on March 4, Prigozhin announced a possible collapse of the front to the borders of the Russian Federation if the Wagner PMC retreats from Bakhmut. Such a development of the event will cause a “spring effect” – and the Ukrainian forces will launch a large-scale counteroffensive.
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