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Wagner mercenaries in Bakhmut promised ‘as much ammunition and weapons as it takes’ after threatening to withdraw

by LLB Reporter
7th May 23 12:48 pm

Wagner Group mercenaries have now been promised “as much ammunition and weapons as it takes” after Yevgeny Prigozhin blasted Moscow military chiefs and threatened to withdraw from the assault in Bakhmut.

On Friday Prigozhin stood amongst many dead bodies and hit out at the Russian defence minister for not supplying ammunition.

Prigozhin once seen as Putin’s closest ally launched a furious tirade at the Russian top brass and surrounded by dead bodies he demanded “where is the f****** ammon?” and said that their “organs [are] f****** eaten.”

Prigozhin targeted Russia’s Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and General Valery Gerasimov and told the cameraman to video the dead bodies and shouted, “We have a 70% ammo shortage! Shoigu! Gerasimov! Where the f*** is the ammo?”

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Surrounded by dead bodies Wagner chief blasts Putin demanding ‘where is the f****** ammo?’

Speaking of his troops who were killed in action he blasted, “F***! They are somebody’s f****** fathers, and somebody’s sons!

“And those scum who are not giving us munitions! B***! Will be in hell!

“Their organs f****** eaten! We are short on munitions! 70%! Shoigu! Gerasimov! Where are the f****** munitions!”

As a result of the ammunition deficit Prigozhin said that his mercenaries who are fighting in Bakhmut will have to either “withdraw or die.”

He then said that “Russia is on the brink of catastrophe” in an interview with a milblogger saying that Moscow must “stop deceiving” their citizens.

Prigozhin added, “We need to stop deceiving the population and telling them that everything is fine.”

He then accused Russia’s top military brass of deluding themselves about the so called “special military operation” or “not giving a damn” about their forces.

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