“The most important thing now is to unite around Putin to defeat the foreign and domestic enemy that is eager to tear our homeland apart,” Medvedev, who currently serves as the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia, told Telegram.
Medvedev promised that the Russian authorities would not allow this to happen, warning that “Division and betrayal would lead to the greatest tragedy, a universal catastrophe.”
The escalation of the Wagner crisis in Russia
Yevgeny Prigojin, the founder of the private security company Wagner, accused the Russian army of organizing an attack on Wagner and threatened to respond, Wagner fighters left Ukraine and entered the border Rostov region.
Upon this situation, the Federal Security Service (FSB) opened a criminal case on the charge of “armed riot”.
Russian President Vladimir Putin described Wagner’s rebellion as “treason”.
Prigojin announced that they would go to Moscow, and the Kremlin administration had increased security measures in many parts of the country.
There were reports that Wagner warriors were also seen in Voronezh after Rostov.