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Ukraine’s Wagner group allegedly hit its headquarters in Luhansk

Sergiy Hayday, Head of the Luhanks Regional Administration of Ukraine, claimed that the headquarters of the Russian mercenary group Wagner in the city of Kadiivka in the Luhansk region was hit.

While Ukraine ‘s attacks on Russian forces to reclaim its territory continue, Ukrainian forces allegedly hit the headquarters of the Russian mercenary group Wagner in the city of Kadiivka in the Luhansk region. In a statement on his social media account, Ukraine Luhanks Regional Administration President Sergiy Hayday shared photos of the ruined building, which is claimed to be Wagner’s headquarters, using the expressions “Something exploded at the Wagner Group’s headquarters in Kadiivka.”

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Saying that many Wagner members died at the scene after the explosion of the headquarters, Hayday said that the wounded had little chance of surviving and said, “I am sure that at least 50 percent of the survivors will die without medical attention. Because their equipment was stolen in Luhansk and the wounded in front of the front were sent to Luhansk. “Many of them can’t do that,” he said. The Russian mercenary group, founded by Yevgeny Prigozhin,

a former restaurateur and close friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Has Been Repeatedly Accused Of War Crimes And Human Rights Abuses. Wagner was previously deployed in Crimea, Syria, Libya, Mali and the Central African Republic.

 

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