Wagner chief backtracks on threat to Putin’s military leaders. Hear why

Yevgeny Prigozhin, head of Russian mercenary group Wagner, says he will reverse course on a previous promise to pull his troops out of the battle for Bakhmut, Ukraine. CNN's Sam Kiley reports. #CNN #News


    1. I am sure he is quite a family man and those war crimes are not who he really is.

  1. The fact that Russia thinks they can attack a country but can’t be attacked on their homeland is baffling

    1. Putin thinks he’s the head cheese, the big hauncho, El Gordo, king of the universe.

    1. Prigozin Propaganda worked 😂, those are not dead men, those his soldiers playing dead to force Kremlin to send him his ammunitions 😂 Prighozin is a genius. Lmao

  2. “This will provide them with a significant lack of capability.” 😅 What a sentence! 😂

  3. “Where ever I am I always find myself looking out the window wishing I was somewhere else.” – Yevgeny Prigozhin

    1. He better be careful, considering the increasing trend of Russian oligarchs “falling” out of windows. Matter fact, never mind.. enjoy the beautiful view Progozhin!

    2. @Yuri is it a sad sad statistic or is it a sad occurrence. Yes I guess it would be a sad statistic for people like you… nowadays.

    1. Prigozin Propaganda worked 😂, those are not dead men, those his soldiers playing dead to force Kremlin to send him his ammunitions 😂 Prighozin is a genius. Lmao

  4. SUMMARY: “The head of the Russian mercenary group Prigozhin has backtracked on his threat to leave the city of Bakhmut and hand over to Chechen fighters, claiming to be getting ammunition and supplies to stay in the fight. Ukraine is preparing for a summer offensive, but there are no signs yet it is imminent. The US and allies have given Ukraine some capability, but it is not enough.”

  5. Somehow I expect the Ukrainian counteroffensive is going to start tomorrow, on the Russian victory day, because symbolism.

  6. When he made threats to withdraw he was drunk so he had drunk man’s courage. But when he sobered up he realised he might be served some special tea and tried to solve the situation.

    1. Its possible he got enough extra ammo to satisfy his objection to continuing the attack.

  7. ( 1:07) Elmer Fudd on the hunt, ” Hey Vlad, there’s that Wascally Wabbit !” But seriously folks, if Prigozhin is resupplied, that means he won his spot, and Shoegoo or Geraniamov better start scrambling for cover. very useful information

  8. He’s backtracked because he put a target on his own back & is running scared in case he ends up with a lethal dose of poision in his veins or takes flying lessons from high buildings

  9. I didn’t think military leaders usually post on social media. It seems, like all Russian leaders, Prigozhin has a difficult relationship with the truth. very useful information

  10. No one reporting this news could never imagine the misery and mental stress of being in battle.

  11. One of the reasons why this year’s “Den Pobedi” (Victory Day) celebrations are so scaled down is that a lot of Russians are looking at the footage from 1945, and now are asking “This time around, are we the baddies?” very useful information

  12. The sheer amount of approving and cheering comments by ordinary Russians under videos about the atrocities committed against civilians and prisoners of war in Ukraine were no less shocking to Ukrainians than the war itself.
    We somehow got used to the war, but the realization of who we have been living next to all this time without even knowing it is still terrifying.
    Those barbarians called themselves our brothers.
    Imagine what they would do to you, who they call their enemies, if you let them.
    Not supplying weapons to Ukraine under the pretext of achieving an early peace would be like allowing a violator to violate his victim in order to end the violence as soon as possible.
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