Head of the Russian Wagner Group confirm the begun of receiving ammunition
The head of Wagner group, Yevgeny Prigozhin said on Monday that initial data indicated that his forces were beginning to receive the ammunition they needed, and heavy fighting reported in the eastern Bakhmut.
“The groups advanced to a maximum distance of 130 meters,” Wagner said in an audio message posted on social media.
The Wagner audio message also revealed that, the fierce fighting continues, but the groups continue to advance.
According to Wagner, the group started to receive ammunition indicating, “We haven’t seen it yet in practice”.