The latest situation in the Ukrainian war… Bitter confession from Zelensky: The great revenge has begun!

The eyes and ears of the world have been on the news from Ukraine for months…

The bloody war that started with the order given by Russian President Putin in February last year continues to die.

Ukraine, which strengthened its hand on the field with the help of the West’s tank, was shaken by the words of Zelenski.

The Ukrainian leader made a statement like a confession.

Zelenski announced that Russia has taken the step that he describes as “great revenge”.

The Ukrainian leader underlined that Russian troops have started to increase attacks along the front line after months of stalemate.

Zelensky In his statement, he also included the information that they expect the attacks to continue to increase.

A video of Wagner’s founder addressing the prisoners in Russia leaked to the press…


The Wagner group, the Russian mercenary group, has an important place in Russia’s attacks in Ukraine. So how did Wagner become the world’s most experienced army?

Detected to date in Sudan, Syria, Libya and the African continent, operations of Wagner mercenaries quickly spread beyond Eastern Europe. It was the high pay and the promise of adventure that made the group attractive.

As a former Wagner fighter told the BBC, “The romantics in them joined this organization to defend Russia’s cross-border interests.”

Most of those who joined Wagner before the war in Ukraine lived in small places where their chances of finding well-paying jobs were limited. Wagner employees approximately 1500 per month dollar was paying. When they went to the front, this fee was up to 2 thousand dollars.

In 2015, the Wagner Group began fighting alongside pro-government forces in Syria while simultaneously protecting the oil fields.

Since 2016, it has been supporting forces loyal to General Khalifa Haftar in Libya. However, the group was not well known in Russia before its invasion of Ukraine.

Russia has always denied Wagner’s connection to the state. Russian law also does not allow the forgiveness of sentences in exchange for mercenary service.

Businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin sued several journalists who claimed to be linked to Wagner. This changed after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Yevgeny Prigozjin was more open about his connections with the Wagner Group. Last September, he finally admitted that he formed the group in 2014.

The official Russian, which until recently did not mention much of Wagner. news agencies refer to the group several times a day and report on the conscription of prisoners.

Russian state channel NTV broadcast a news story about the Wagner Group, which it describes as “the most experienced army in the world”.