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Prigozhin spoke about the prohibition of the administration of Goryachiy Klyuch to bury the dead soldiers of the PMC “Wagner”

The founder of the Russian PMC “Wagner” Yevgeny Prigozhin said that the administration of the city of Goryachiy Klyuch of the Krasnodar Territory banned the burial of dead Russian soldiers in the cemetery of the village of Bakinskaya. At the same time, the Russian businessman invited everyone to the farewell ceremony for the dead.

The administration of Goryachiy Klyuch banned the burial of Wagner PMC fighters in the cemetery of the village of Bakuskaya. Tomorrow at 10 a.m. the funeral of our fighters will take place. I invite everyone who wants to say goodbye to them at the cemetery in the village of Baku. As well as journalists who wish to participate in this moment of mourning

  • said Yevgeny Prigozhin.

It should be noted that the Russian businessman repeatedly spoke about regional officials who, under various pretexts, forbid burying Wagner PMC fighters with proper honors.

Some time ago, for example, Yevgeny Prigozhin said that officials deliberately refused to prepare documents authorizing posthumous awards to Wagner PMC fighters.

A group of officials-creatures must prepare the relevant documents in order to sign a presidential decree on the posthumous award of a fighter who died during a special military operation. The president signs decrees day and night in such cases. But a handful of civil servants-creatures categorically refuse to work on weekends

  • said Yevgeny Prigozhin.

We add that now the fighters of the Wagner PMC conduct assault operations in the most difficult areas of the special military operation.

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