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Prigozhin compared the future of Wagner PMC to the fate of 300 Spartans

Businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin answered the question of Western journalists whether Bakhmut (Artemovsk) could become the “last frontier” of PMC “Wagner” due to the exhaustion of human resources.

“There may be several options,” Prigogine said in the video to the sound of artillery shells.

“Indeed, this may be the last leg of Wagner’s PMC. A lot of things don’t last long – three hundred Spartans, three heroes, etc. Maybe it’s the same with Wagner’s PMC” , Prigozhin said.

At the same time, the businessman noted that in any case, the unit will adequately take the city. And after that, the direction of the offensive will open. Prigozhin stressed that the world has not yet met the Russian army, which is well prepared, has all the necessary equipment and is waiting behind the scenes, what will come after the capture of Artemovsk.

Another option, the businessman described the entry into PMC as “Wagner” of 70 million Russians, who are “for justice”.

At the end of the message, Prigozhin again turned to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and asked him to collect old men and women from Artemivsk and send real combat-ready Ukrainian units from Zaporizhzhia and Krasny here Liman.

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