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Special services of Ukraine, U.S. involved in Wagner group incident, - Putin

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to the president, the Russians were used blindly to dislocate them to the territory of Belarus
17:58, 27 August 2020

President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin
TASS

President of Russia Vladimir Putin stated that the special services of Ukraine and the U.S. involved in the detention of 33 mercenaries of Wagner group in Belarus as Interfax-Russia reported.

“It is the action of special services. People were used blindly to dislocate them to the territory of Belarus. They set legal goals before them,” Putin said.

Related: Zelensky comments on extradition of Wagner PMC soldiers to Russia: Consequences will be tragic

According to the president, the Russian had to leave for third countries – Latin America and the Middle East for legal work.

“In fact, they were taken to the territory of Belarus and presented as possible crushing power for stirring up the situation during the election campaign. It totally did not correspond to the reality," Putin underlined

Related: Russia promises to settle issue of Wagner mercenaries release with Belarus

On July 29, the Belarusian law enforcers stated about the detention of 33 mercenaries of the Wagner group controlled by the Kremlin.

Some of the detainees fought in Donbas at the side of the pro-Russian militants. Despite the request of Ukraine about the extradition of these militants; on August 14, Minsk made a decision to pass them to Russia.

 

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