Conflict between "Wagnerites" and local law enforcers escalates in Belarus - TCC

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The conflict between law enforcers and ''Wagner's'' mercenaries is escalating in Belarus

The conflict between mercenaries from the PMC "Wagner", acting there as "instructors", and local law enforcers - employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic, is escalating at the firing range of Volovshchina in Belarus. The main reason for the conflict is the prison past of the "Wagnerites".

This was reported by the Center for National Resistance. It is noted that because of this, terrorists from PMCs began to leave Belarus.

Belarusian policemen refuse to work with former prisoners and criminals. The bloody approach to the fulfillment of tasks, which the "Wagnerites" teach Belarusians, scares even the "dogs of Lukashenko's regime"

Due to the escalation of the conflict, about 50 terrorist instructors from PMCs have already left Belarus. The main condition for departure is signing a contract with the Russian Defense Ministry and continuing participation in the war against Ukraine.

In addition, over the past three weeks, more than 1,500 "Wagnerites" have left Belarus for Africa, where Russia is also trying to expand its influence.

Recall, new passports for mercenaries of the Russian private company "Wagner" began to be issued in Belarus. The documents are authentic, but they are issued in other names. Such a trend poses a threat to European countries.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL, after the death in a plane crash of the leadership of "Wagner" (leader Evgeny Prigozhin and his deputy Dmitry Utkin) and the news that the "Wagnerites" allegedly dismantle their camp on the territory of the Republic, there are still several thousand mercenaries of this Russian PMC in Belarus.

Dictator Aleksandr Lukashenko would like them to stay in the country, but he does not have enough financial resources to maintain a large group of militants. This was pointed out by Pavel Latushko, Belarusian oppositionist, head of the People's Anti-Crisis Board and deputy head of the United Transitional Cabinet of Belarus, in an interview with RAR. Latushko noted that some of the "Wagnerites" would probably go to Africa, others would sign contracts with the Russian Defense Ministry, while the rest would leave the service or stay in Belarus.

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