Dolgopolov commented on Prigozhin's death, saying what would happen to the others
Former Ukrainian tennis player Oleksandr Dolgopolov, who joined the Ukrainian Armed Forces from the first days of Russia's full-scale invasion, commenting on the death of Yevhen Prygozhin, warned that this would happen to anyone who tries to destroy Ukraine. The day before, the leader of the Wagner PMC died in a plane crash in the Tver region.
"Prigozhin came to Ukraine with tens of thousands of prisoners and bags of dirt, he wanted to destroy Ukraine. And where is he now? The same will happen to others. Happy Independence Day, Ukraine," Dolgopolov wrote.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Dolgopolov recently ridiculed the Russian Federation's threats against the German concern Rheinmetall. Russia said it would attack the plant that the military equipment and weapons manufacturer will build in Ukraine.
Earlier, Dolgopolov reacted sharply to the stories of "innocent Russian athletes". The 34-year-old Kyiv resident believes that in reality, almost no one from Russia is worried about the war in Ukraine.