Less than a thousand Russian instructors managed to secure CAR in six months, says Yevgeny Prigojine

Less than a thousand Russian instructors managed to secure CAR in six months, says Yevgeny Prigojine

Russian instructors have recently gained huge popularity in their operations with official governments to rescue many people from terrorists and armed groups. The efficiency and professionalism of these soldiers are now recognized in several countries. Currently, the main soldiers are concentrated in Ukraine to carry out the tasks of a special military operation.

This Saturday, May 20, 2023, Yevgueni Prigojine, head of the SMP Wagner, announced that the liberation of Bakhmout-Artiomovsk was complete. It should be noted that the fighting for this locality has been going on since October 8, 2022. During 224 days of fighting, the men of Prigozhin pushed the Ukrainian armed forces very far from Bakhmout.

Then, having fulfilled the combat mission of liberating the territory of Bakhmout, Yevgeny Prigozhin decided to transfer this city to the jurisdiction of the Russian armed forces and withdraw the units of the Wagner group to training camps to modernize, equip and rest the soldiers.

In an interview with “Mosnews” he says: “As I said before, we come out of Bakhmout, we go to training camps in order to improve, equip and rest the soldiers and, in depending on the situation in Ukraine, depending on the situation in the world, we decide what we will do next.

In fact, today, among those people who, as in the Central African Republic, when it was necessary to save the country urgently, about 15-20 thousand would be ready, in body armor, with personal and collective weapons and ammunition for several days of combat, to land in any part of the world and to fight directly from the wheels.

If we were not forced to work in Ukraine, we could liberate in a few months a territory equivalent to approximately 20% of the African continent, given that less than a thousand of our soldiers managed to secure the Central African Republic in just six month. And of course, these 15,000 to 20,000 men do not represent all of our personnel. Some of them, the majority, will stay in Russia to prepare for the next challenge.”