Russia’s Wagner fighters are training soldiers in Belarus

MOSCOW: Fighters from Russia‘s Wagner mercenary group are coaching troopers in Belarus, the Belarusian defence ministry stated on Friday.
The ministry launched a video displaying Wagner fighters instructing Belarusian troopers at a army vary close to the city of Osipovichi, about 90 km (56 miles) southeast of the capital Minsk.
“Wagner fighters acted as instructors in plenty of army disciplines,” the Belarusian defence ministry stated.
Belarusian chief Alexander Lukashenko helped dealer a deal to finish a quick armed mutiny by Wagner on June 23-24, when the group took management of the southern Russian metropolis of Rostov and marched in direction of Moscow, taking pictures down plenty of army helicopters and killing their pilots.
Underneath the deal, Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin stood down his mercenaries and agreed to maneuver to Belarus in change for Russia dropping mutiny expenses.
Prigozhin has not been seen in public since leaving Rostov on June 24.

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