The head of PMC "Wagner" Yevgeny Prigozhin has recently increasingly resorted to criticism of the Russian Ministry of Defense. Instead, the head of the Kremlin, Putin, does not react to this.

This was told by Russian opposition politician Gennady Gudkov, reports Channel 24.

He says that Prigozhin criticizes Putin for two reasons. First of all, Prigogine is trying to protect himself from various possible scenarios. Otherwise, something may happen to him.

"It is also worth assuming that only Putin can allow Prigozhin to attack the Russian military command so brazenly. This means that the dictator does not want the generals to relax. He needs them to feel pressure," the statement said.

The expert also adds that now the Ministry of Defense has prepared a response through a lieutenant colonel.

"He swore that he told everything from himself, and not from the army and the general staff. But who will believe him? Of course, this is the response of Gerasimov, Shoigu and other military clans. Response to Putin through constant criticism of Prigozhin," Gudkov said.

It should be noted that the conflict that arose between the head of PMC "Wagner" Yevgeny Prigozhin and the leadership of the Russian Federation raises more and more questions. The Kremlin continues not to react to loud statements by the leader of the "Wagnerites". In this way, Putin tries not to quarrel with "patriots", but this will not affect the threat of revolution.

Earlier, the head of the Russian PMC "Wagner" Yevgeny Prigozhin said on Wednesday, may 31, that he had asked the prosecutor's office to investigate the "crimes" committed by high-ranking officials of the Russian defense ministry before and during Moscow's military campaign in Ukraine.

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