Self-Destruction in Russia: Kremlin Targets Own Infrastructure Amid Wagner’s March on Moscow

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As part of the ongoing coup attempt in Russia, Wagner Group forces led by Yevgeny Prigozhin have reportedly entered Moscow Oblast, just two hours from Moscow. This audacious power play, which challenges Putin’s authority, has shocked the nation. The world has been watching with anxious anticipation. The question everyone is asking is: Can Putin’s power withstand this attack?

The coup attempt, initiated by the Wagner Group, has taken a dramatic turn. Reports suggest that the private military company’s forces have breached the borders of Moscow Oblast, marking a significant advancement in their audacious coup attempt. This development, if confirmed, signifies a significant escalation in the coup attempt, with Wagner’s forces potentially on the brink of seizing control of Russia’s capital.

The coup attempt was sparked by Prigozhin’s accusations against Russia for bombing his military sites in Ukraine. Despite the Russian Defense Ministry’s denial, Prigozhin rallied his mercenaries, vowing to execute a military coup. This audacious power play, a direct challenge to the Kremlin’s authority, has sent shockwaves through the nation’s political landscape.

In the Voronezh region, a Russian Air Force Ka-52 “Alligator” Attack Helicopter has reportedly bombed an oil refinery and depot. This action is believed to be a preemptive strike to prevent the capture of these facilities by the advancing Wagner forces.

Meanwhile, a military convoy, including tanks, has been spotted on the M-4 Highway moving towards Moscow. It remains unclear whether these are Russian or Wagner forces.

As the coup attempt escalates, the international community is closely monitoring the situation. The NATO Spokesperson has stated that they are “closely Monitoring the Situation.”

Meanwhile, the head of the Chechen Republic, Ramzan Kadyrov, has declared his full support for Putin and has mobilized his National Guard Forces against Wagner’s positions in the Rostov Region.

In a significant development, Prigozhin has been seen meeting with the commander of the Southern Military District and the Deputy Defense Minister. This meeting, attended by highly senior membersof the Russian military, suggests a level of collaboration that adds a new layer of complexity to the unfolding coup. Notably, Prigozhin was armed during the meeting, while the other officials were not, further underscoring the power dynamics at play.

Prigozhin has also threatened to take control of Rostov and advance to Moscow if the Minister of Defense and the Chief of Staff are not handed over to him. In an audio recording, Prigozhin claimed that Russian military personnel are joining the Wagner Group, stating that “where soldiers meet us, the Russian Guards and military police, they wave their hands cheerfully.”

As the coup attempt continues, there are reports of Putin and other officials leaving Moscow and heading to Saint Petersburg. This information, however, has been disputed by Putin’s Press Secretary, creating a rare disconnect between the Kremlin and the government-controlled media outlet, TASS.

The coup attempt has now escalated into a full-blown civil war, with heavy fighting reported in the Voronezh Region between the Wagner Group and forces within the Russian Military and National Guard. The Russian Air Force is also reportedly targeting Wagner positions with guided bombs and rockets.

In the midst of this chaos, Russian citizens in the occupied city of Rostov-on-Don have begun to confront Wagner personnel, with arguments breaking out over their actions.

Meanwhile, a heavy Wagner convoy, including air defense systems, tanks, and multiple BMPs, has been spotted in the Voronezh Oblast, moving towards Moscow.

As the Wagner Group’s coup attempt escalates into a full-blown civil war, the future of Russia hangs in the balance. The world watches with active anticipation as the mercenaries advance towards Moscow, threatening Putin’s power. The stakes have never been higher, and the outcome of this conflict could redefine Russia’s political future. The question on everyone’s mind now is: Will Wagner’s rebellion succeed, or will it be crushed by the Kremlin? Only time will tell.

Gary Franchi

Gary Franchi

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