New Delhi: A full stop has been put to the impending civil war in Russia. An agreement was reached between Wagner Group chief Yevgeny Prigozhin and the Russian government late on Saturday. Yevgeny Prigozhin suddenly announced late Saturday night that his violent, coup attempt was over. After 12 hours of turmoil, the president of Belarus brokered a settlement between Wagner Group and the Russian government. Alexander Lukashenko, the president of Belarus, negotiated a deal with Russia with the head of the Wagner Group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, under which Prigozhin ordered his troops to withdraw. Putin was so strict with Yevgeny that he would not go to Russia but to Belarus.
Lukashenko played an important role
Alexander Lukashenko, a friend of Putin and the President of Belarus, played an important role in ending the coup. Acting as mediator, Lukashenko brokered an agreement between Russia and Yevgeny, after which Yevgeny ordered his troops to withdraw. Information from Lukashenko’s office has emerged that Putin was in constant contact during the talks after which both sides agreed on a deal and agreed to Yevgeny’s withdrawal. Putin has also taken a hard line against Yevgeny, which is why he will now stay in Belarus.
Charges against Yevgeny Prigozhin in the sedition case will be dropped: Kremlin
The Kremlin has made it clear that the charges against Yevgeny Prigozhin in the mutiny case will be dropped and the soldiers linked to him will not be prosecuted and will be given the chance to join the Russian army. According to information, Putin has been in power for more than two decades. The government has accepted this agreement to reduce the crisis in the country.
Yevgeny was not supported
Putin caught Yevgeny’s weak nerve before the civil war in Russia escalated. The type of public support that the Wagner Group’s troops had received in Rostov when they began marching to war did not. At the same time that Putin said in his address that the rebels would be crushed, Yevgeny backed down. Although he continued to say that Wagner’s troops would march towards Moscow, he on the other hand began to retreat. Putin picked up on Yevgeny’s weak streak and pressured Yevgeny to such an extent that he was forced to compromise.
Emergency declared in Moscow
After the Wagner Rebellion in Russia, the situation worsened somewhat. A state of emergency has been declared in Moscow. People have been advised to stay indoors. Monday was declared a non-working day in Moscow. It is said in Khabar that Wagner Chief has deliberately rebelled. The whole world is watching Wagner’s rebellion. Many countries are watching it.