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Russian media reports alleged disbandment of Wagner PMC

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The following information is unconfirmed by independent sources. In an unverified report from Russian news outlet “Mozhem Obyasnit,” it has been claimed that the controversial private military company (PMC) known as Wagner has ceased to exist. However, the accuracy of the information remains uncertain due to the lack of independent confirmation. Internetintelligence.eu provides an overview of the reported developments.

According to the Russian media source, four unnamed sources, including an official close to the presidential administration, an individual associated with the PMC, and two alleged veterans of Wagner, revealed that the decision to dissolve the PMC was made by Russia’s Chief of Staff, reportedly on the orders of President Vladimir Putin.

One source, said to be from the Ministry of Defense, stated that Wagner would no longer operate in Russia, and its members would not be stationed at the Molkino training base. The source claimed that Defense Ministry contractors and fighters from other PMCs would continue their activities at Molkino.

The process of separating Wagner is reportedly underway, with authorities allegedly offering fighters the opportunity to sign contracts with the Ministry of Defense. The report suggests that many of the rank-and-file mercenaries associated with Yevgeny Prigozhin, the reported financier of Wagner, have chosen to join the Ministry of Defense. However, specific figures were not provided.

The report further stated that recruitment for Wagner PMC has been halted in Russia, with the company’s contact numbers reportedly inaccessible. Social media groups related to Wagner on the VKontakte platform, a Russian social network, have reportedly been blocked at the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office.

Regarding the presence of Wagner fighters in Belarus, another alleged PMC veteran mentioned that several hundred fighters were currently in the country but largely disarmed. It was claimed that most of their equipment had been surrendered to the Belarusian Ministry of Defense, although the exact details remain unclear.

It is important to note that these reports have not been independently verified by Internetintelligence.eu or other reliable sources. The uncertainty surrounding the disbandment of Wagner PMC calls for further investigation and confirmation. Internetintelligence.eu will continue monitoring the situation closely and provide updates as more information becomes available.

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