After the Wagner Group was announced a new wave of sanctions by the White House, the founder Prigozin sent a letter to the White House asking: "What crime did Wagner commit?" (Reuters)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] The United States announced that the Russian mercenary organization "Wagner Group" (Wagner Group) will be recognized as a transnational criminal organization and will impose a new wave of sanctions on it.

Yevgeny Prigozhin, the founder of the Wagner Group, sent a letter to the White House and posted content on social media, asking the White House: "What crime did Wagner commit?"

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, White House National Security Council Strategic Communication Coordinator John Kirby (John Kirby) recently pointed out that the Wagner Group will be identified as an important transnational criminal organization because the Wagner Group has always supported the Russian army’s invasion of Ukraine and claimed to be on the battlefield. make a progress.

Please read on...

Prigogine posted the English-language letter to Kirby on the social media Telegram, which read: "Dear Mr. Kirby, can you explain what crimes Wagner committed?"

Previously, in 2017 and last December, the United States had twice imposed restrictions on trade with Wagner to limit its access to weapons.

The European Union (EU) also imposed sanctions on Wagner in December 2021.