The White House meets with its allies to follow up the "Wagner" coupTranslated Reports |Today, 15:4
Baghdad Today - Translator
Today, Saturday, US National Security Council spokesman Adam Hodge revealed the White House's intention to hold a meeting with "allies" to follow up the current situation in Russia and the "Wagner" forces' coup.
And Adam indicated, according to what was reported by the Associated Press and its translation (Baghdad Today), that "the White House is now following up on the situation inside Russia and will hold a meeting with (allies and partners) around the world to take decisions related to the armed coup carried out by Wagner's forces," without disclosing further details. .
It is noteworthy that the Russian Wagner forces announced their armed move against the "Russian military leadership" following accusations made by the private security company against the Russian army of targeting it. Recently, as a result of military operations in Ukraine.
Earlier, the commander of Wagner's forces, Yevgeny Prigozhin, declared armed rebellion against the Russian state, stating that Moscow would have a new president.
Meanwhile, the Russian army launched a military operation to counter the "Wagner" rebellion, which President Vladimir Putin described as a "stab in the back."