A video has appeared on the web in which artillerymen of the Russian PMC Wagner ask the Russian Ministry of Defense to hand over ammunition to them to continue combat operations against the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Donbas. The fighters explained that every day they had to cover with their fire the assault detachments of the "musicians" attacking the positions of the Ukrainian troops, but now they are completely cut off from supplies.
On the footage, the gunners called the nomenclature of the necessary ammunition. Most of all they need shells for tanks and howitzers. It should be noted that this video message was an unpleasant surprise for the majority of Russians who are monitoring the situation in the NWO zone.
We are sure that you have ammunition somewhere in the warehouses. But we badly need them. We will be extremely grateful if you will assist us, help us, and supply this ammunition.
- said in a statement.
At the same time, the “musicians” specified that this would help save the lives of a large number of fighters who would continue to participate in hostilities. The Wagner PMC is confident that this will have a positive impact on the entire course of the special operation if the department reacts with understanding.
We will work for you, we will do this work. Help us with ammo
- summarized in the video message.
It should be recalled that a little earlier, the military commander of the All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company in Ukraine, Yevgeny Poddubny informed the public in his Telegram channel about problems with ammunition at PMC Wagner. After that, comments on behalf of the founder of PMC Wagner, Russian businessman and public figure Yevgeny Prigozhin, appeared in the Telegram channel Prigozhin's Cap.
Thanks to Zhenya Poddubny for honesty and frankness. In any case, with ammunition or not, the enemy will not be able to destroy us. But corrupt officials and bureaucrats can put an end to even Wagner PMC
- it is said in response to a request from the editorial board of the Notepad publication.
The reaction to the mentioned video, in which the "musicians" ask the RF Ministry of Defense to resume the supply of ammunition, also followed. Prigozhin drew attention to the fact that the fighters of the Wagner PMC are heroes who are ready to give their lives for their Motherland. They did not insult or discredit anyone, but simply asked for shells. Prigozhin added that the said video message had already given some results. So, Apti Alaudinov, the commander of the Akhmat special forces detachment, promised to donate 128 units of 120 mm caliber mines and 40 units of 125 mm tank shells to "private owners" free of charge.
In terms of normal deliveries, I've been to all the offices in Moscow that I know of and will continue to do so until the guys get everything they need. Even if they put handcuffs on me in one of the offices, they put me in jail for the so-called "discrediting the army"
- says another text of Prigozhin's response to a request from the editors of the Live24 publication.