The FSB said that the criminal case on the armed rebellion was closed, state agencies report .
“In the course of the investigation of the criminal case on the fact of the armed rebellion, it was established that the participants on June 24 stopped their criminal actions,” Interfax quoted the FSB statement.
A day earlier, the organizer of the rebellion, Yevgeny Prigozhin, stated that “the purpose of the campaign was to prevent the destruction of the Wagner PMC and to bring to justice all persons who, through their unprofessional actions, made a huge number of mistakes during the SVO.”
According to him, the Wagner PMC was supposedly going to disarm on June 30, but a blow was dealt to its militants, as a result of which about 30 people were killed.
“We did not want to shed Russian blood. We went to demonstrate our protest, and not to overthrow the government in the country,” Prigozhin said.
On June 24, presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said that the criminal case against Prigozhin about organizing a military mutiny would be dropped, he would "leave for Belarus."
Earlier today it became known that Prigozhin's plane landed in Belarus. However, whether he was on board is unknown.