A Wagner representative has been barred from the Russian army headquarters in Ukraine, according to the boss of the company. The representative, who has not been named, was denied entry to the headquarters, which is located in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk. The headquarters is a key strategic location for the Russian army in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. The reason for the representative’s ban is unknown at this time. The boss of Wagner, a private military company believed to have ties to the Russian government, has not commented on the situation. However, the incident is likely to further strain relations between Russia and Ukraine. The conflict in eastern Ukraine has been ongoing since 2014, when Russian-backed separatists seized control of the region. The conflict has resulted in the deaths of thousands of people and has displaced millions. The situation has been further complicated by the annexation of Crimea by Russia in 2014, which Ukraine and most of the international community consider to be illegal.