Putin's cousin Medvedchuk may be involved in Prigozhin's riot: Danilov explained the nuance
The secretary of the National Security and Defence Council, Oleksiy Danilov, has said that former Ukrainian MP Viktor Medvedchuk, a traitor to Ukraine, may have been involved in the riot by the head of the private military company Wagner Yevgeny Prigozhin. According to him, it was at Medvedchuk's gas stations that the Wagnerians' equipment was fueled for free.
Danilov stressed that the state created by dictator Vladimir Putin is very unstable, so such a riot was bound to happen sooner or later. He said this in an interview with Radio NV.
The secretary of the National Security and Defense Council has no doubt that Putin's cousin Medvedchuk contributed to Prigozhin and his so-called "mutiny." However, Danilov stressed that the question is when the people in Russia, who support the PMC "Wagner", will show their position more openly and actively, and what form this will take.
Danilov drew attention to the fact that many people in Russia were happy to meet with the "Wagnerians" and gave them food and water. However, they were not the only ones helping the mercenaries. The secretary of the National Security and Defense Council noted that Medvedchuk is the owner of several gas station chains, and it was there that the war criminals filled up with fuel and fed for free.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- A confrontation between the Wagner PMC and the Russian Defense Ministry has broken out in Russia. Read about all the events of Saturday, June 24, in our story.
- The Wagnerians did not reach Moscow - after a conversation with Lukashenko, Prigozhin agreed to stop the offensive on the Russian capital. After that, the "Wagnerians" led by "Putin's cook" folded their military equipment and left Rostov.
- After the situation with the "military coup in Russia," there will be no criminal case against the head of the "Wagner" PMC. "Putin's cook" will have to leave Russia and go to Belarus.