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Russian mercenary boss slams army 'clowns' as he marks birthday at training camp

1/6/2023 18:09
        Russia's most powerful mercenary, Yevgeny Prigozhin, said his Wagner group would fight on in Ukraine if his men got a separate section of the front without having to depend on "clowns" who ran swathes of the Russian armed forces.
        
        Celebrating his 62nd birthday on Thursday at a training camp, Prigozhin also confirmed that his men would finally leave the eastern Ukrainian city of Bakhmut on June 5 after handing it to the Russian army. The Wagner mercenaries captured the devastated city in late May after months of grinding warfare.
        
        He then engaged in a detailed description of the prosthetic legs which his wounded men have received, including those who continued to fight.
        
        Prigozhin said his men wanted to rest at camps in Russian-controlled Ukraine for around a month and then things would become clearer.
        



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