Kremlin Confirms Meeting Between Putin and Prigozhin, Discussing Wagner Group’s Actions

In a confirmation by Dmitry Peskov, the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation, it has been disclosed that a meeting took place on June 29 between President Vladimir Putin and Yevgeny Prigozhin in the Kremlin. Peskov revealed that the gathering involved 35 individuals, including all commanders of the detachments and Prigozhin himself.

During the meeting, President Putin evaluated the actions of the private military company (PMC) known as “Wagner” in relation to military defense, specifically focusing on the events of June 24. The commanders of the detachments provided explanations regarding their actions, and the President listened attentively. Putin also offered the commanders further opportunities for employment and the utilization of their skills.

The commanders expressed their loyalty to the state and emphasized their unwavering support for the President, declaring their readiness to continue fighting for their homeland. The meeting, which lasted approximately three hours, was centered on evaluating the performance of the Wagner Group and discussing future prospects.

While Peskov confirmed the meeting between Putin and Prigozhin, he did not disclose further details surrounding the discussions. The specifics of the meeting remain undisclosed, leaving the public curious about the intricacies of the conversations and the implications for the future actions of the Wagner Group.

The involvement of the private military company Wagner and its connection to the Russian state has long been a topic of interest and speculation. The confirmation of this meeting sheds some light on the relationship between President Putin and Prigozhin, as well as their assessment of the actions of the Wagner Group.

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