The mayor of Rostov-on-Don Alexei Logvinenko wrote in his Telegram channel that due to the movement of Wagner PMC equipment around the city, more than 10 thousand square meters were damaged. m of roadway.
He noted that Budenovsky Prospekt suffered the most. Restoration work should take two days, and the mayor promised that public utilities will start it today. In addition, garbage has already been removed from the circus, at the gates of which there was a tank, and in general on the streets of the city, and also put things in order near the headquarters of the Southern Military District.
The headquarters was captured by the "Wagnerites" on June 24, when Prigozhin, after statements that the places of deployment of his mercenaries were fired upon by the forces of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. Then the head of PMC Wagner began the "March of Justice" to Moscow. His forces entered Rostov-on-Don, and also moved towards the capital through the Voronezh and Lipetsk regions.
At the end of the day, the press service of Alexander Lukashenko announced that, on behalf of Putin, he managed to agree with Prigozhin to stop the movement of "Wagnerites" in Russia. Later, the press secretary of the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, said that all charges against the head of the Wagner PMC would be dropped, and he would "leave for Belarus."