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The Wagner Group appears to have been defeated in Africa

The Wagner Group appears to have been defeated in Africa

One of the Telegram channels associated with the Wagner Group A Gray area Published footage of the mercenary brigade incurring losses in the Central African Republic: The photos they uploaded show two downed Russian tanks and a truck.

The Telegram channel does not provide many details about the reality of the technical devices’ inability, it only wrote about the vehicle parameters and that “It took almost a week to pull them out of the forest.”

According to the Middle East Eye article (which came out about a week ago, likely coinciding with the losses reported by Gray Zone) The Wagner family clashed with the Peace Union militias in the Central African Republic and withdrew after a number of mercenaries were killed in the fighting.

According to the newspaper, Wagner’s weaker performance than before can be explained by the fact that they do not receive sufficient support from Moscow to continue fighting.

The Central African Republic is one of Wagner’s “strongholds”, as the mercenaries of the late Yevgeny Prigozhin control many gold and diamond mines, and are also responsible for protecting the country’s leaders and training the armed forces.

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