Prigozhin announces the cessation of Wagner rebellion and order his forces to return to their bases


The President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, held phone talks with the head of Wagner, Yevgeny Prigozhin, in agreement with the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, according to what the Belarusian presidency announced.

The Belarusian presidency said that Prigozhin agreed to Lukashenko’s proposal to stop Wagner forces rebellion in Russia, and return the fighters to their bases, while taking steps to calm tensions.

It’s noteworthy that there is a draft to stop the rebellion of Wagner forces, with Moscow providing security guarantees to its fighters, while Wagner’s head, Yevgeny Prigozhin, announced in an audio message that his fighters would return to their bases to stop bloodshed.

According to sources in the Russian capital, Moscow a so called “principal agreement” had been reached for withdrawing Wagner forces from the southern command area of ​​the Russian special military operation to their bases.

Earlier Saturday, Russian President Vladimir Putin briefed his Belarusian counterpart on the situation in Russia, after the rebellion of Wagner forces.

During the talks, the two sides agreed to hold talks with the head of Wagner, Yevgeny Prigozhin.

Negotiations between Lukashenko and Prigozhin continued throughout the day, Saturday, and the two sides reached the need to stop bloodshed in Russia.

Several Russian official bodies stressed the need for unity and support for President Putin in the face of Russia’s enemies, at home and abroad, stressing that the authorities won’t allow division and betrayal.

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