In an emotional video, Yevgeny Prigozhin, the head of the Wagnerian mercenary group, screams at the command of the Russian army and asks for ammunition. Complaints about the lack of ammunition from his side are repeated.
On the video, Prigozhin showed the bodies of the dead Wagner fighters and shouted at the command of the Russian army, demanding ammunition. He said that if they had enough ammunition, there would be five times less casualties. “These are the boys who died today, there is still fresh blood on them… They are someone’s fathers and sons,” the head of the Wagner family said in the video on Thursday, and then shouted: Shoigu! Gerasimov! Where’s the ammo?
VIDEO: Prigozhin shouts at the heads of the Russian army.
“You sit in expensive clubs. Your kids wander through life making YouTube videos. Do you think that you are the masters of life and that you have the right to dispose of their lives? Do you think that when you have ammunition depots, you have the right to do so?” Prigozhin reproaches them, reminding them that the dead soldiers came as volunteers and died so that they could chat in offices lined with expensive wood.
Prigozhin did not complain about the lack of ammunition for the first time. He said on Monday that his troops were supplied with only a third of the artillery shells they would need for an attack on Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine. A day later, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Russia had taken the necessary measures to increase the production of weapons and military equipment intended for supply to Russian troops involved in a special military operation, as Moscow still calls the war in Ukraine.
VIDEO: Russia increases ammunition production. This is how it looks in one of the plants.
As Reuters wrote, even according to Western officials, Russia lacks rockets and artillery shells, which is also reflected in the fact that the war, which Moscow planned to end within a few weeks, continues with no end in sight.
Source: Pravda – Správy by spravy.pravda.sk.
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