The conflict between Russia’s military and the private military company Wagner Group has been escalating, with the company’s chief accusing defense heads of treason.
This comes amid reports of ammunition shortages and falling forces. Dmitry Utkin, the head of Wagner Group, has accused defense chiefs of treason in a statement to the press.
The conflict between the two sides has been highlighted by recent events. A rift between the military and the Wagner Group was seen in a recent test of Russia’s war machine. Additionally, the Wagner Group has been using pop culture to recruit new Russian fighters.
The situation has now reached a boiling point, with Utkin accusing defense chiefs of treason. He claims that the military is failing to provide ammunition and supplies to the Wagner Group, leading to a fall in forces.
The accusations of treason have caused a stir in Ukraine, where the conflict between Russia’s military and the Wagner Group is being closely watched. The Guardian reported that Utkin has accused military chiefs of “treason” for failing to provide ammunition and supplies.
The situation is ongoing, and it remains to be seen how the conflict between the two sides will play out.