Ukraine news: Lukashenko in power: Kremlin wanted to ‘kill’ Wagner rebels – Prigozhin may be in Belarus

According to the Governor of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, should At first during the uprising of Wagner’s mercenaries They chose a violent solution. Lukashenko said Putin called him on Saturday morning and described the situation to him. Lukashenko said he understood that the difficult decision had already been made in the Kremlin to “kill” Wagner’s people. Then he made a phone call to the commander of the mercenaries, Yevgeny Prigozhin.

“In the first round, we only spoke to each other with obscenities for 30 minutes,” Lukashenko continued. Prigozhin was “delighted”. He demanded talks with Putin, the surrender of Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Commander-in-Chief Valery Gerasimov, and threatened a march on Moscow. Lukashenko’s answer: “Halfway there they will crush you like a bug.”

Only after several more rounds of talks did Prigozhin signal in the afternoon that he would end his uprising if he and his people were given security guarantees, according to Lukashenko. Then he offered Prigozhin to take him and the Wagner fighters to his country.

According to official information, Lukashenko, a close ally of the Kremlin chief, mediated between Putin and Prigozhin in a brief uprising of Wagner’s mercenary units on Saturday and persuaded him to surrender. In turn, the Kremlin assured Prigozhin of impunity.

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