CNN: Russian General Surovikin was a secret VIP-member of "Wagner" PMC. The pool of traitors could include dozens of soldiers

Oleksiy LutykovLife
Surovikin was a secret VIP-member of the Wagner PMC

Russian war criminal Serhiy Surovikin was a secret high-ranking member of the private military company Wagner. Moreover, the so-called pool of traitors may have included dozens more Russian military personnel.

Surovikin had a personal registration number in Wagner. This is evidenced by the documents that appeared in the possession of the CNN publication.

According to these documents, Surovikin is listed along with at least 30 other senior Russian military and intelligence officials. Each of them is a high-ranking member of Wagner.

The publication notes that Surovikin has not appeared in public since June 24, when he published a video in which he begged the head of the PMC Yevgeny Prigozhin to stop the mutiny. Since then, his whereabouts have remained unknown.

It remains unclear what the VIP-membership of Wagner entails, including whether there is any financial gain. However, it is reliably known that Surovikin was associated with a group of mercenaries, but the documents raise questions about the closeness of high-ranking Russian military officials and the Wagner PMC.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL:

- Earlier, the media reported that Surovikin on suspicion of treason was allegedly placed in the pre-detention center "Lefortovo". Surovikin's deputy, Grigory Yudin, was also allegedly arrested.

- According to The New York Times, Surovikin knew that Prigozhin was preparing an insurgency. Other generals of the aggressor country could have supported Wagner.

- Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov on June 29 dodged a question about Surovikin's fate after Prigozhin's mutiny and advised him to contact the Russian Defense Ministry. He also stated that he did not know where Prigozhin was.

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