PMC Wagner continues to recruit mercenaries to participate in the war in Ukraine, no one is sent to Belarus, and the Wagnerites are not going to conclude a contract with the Ministry of Defense. The Insider was told about this in the PMC recruitment center.
The Insider correspondent called the PMC hotline under the guise of a Russian looking for a job. When asked if he would have to sign a contract with the Ministry of Defense, the PMC officer replied: “No, we have nothing to do with the Ministry of Defense.” He also assured that “no one is going to serve for the head of the Ministry of Defense Sergei Shoigu.”
Recruits are invited to come to the Krasnodar Territory, to the Molkino farm, where the main base of the Wagnerites is located, and from there they are promised to be distributed to the “Northern Military District zone”.
“We have vacancies in the company - these are assault units, one of the most prestigious and highly paid. It is also communications, electronic warfare, UAVs, artillery, sapper units, armored and others. Upon arrival at our base, our specialists will interview you and, depending on your physical condition, skills and knowledge, together with you will select the most suitable vacancy for you. You will also be examined by our doctors. After being examined by doctors, you depart for the training ground, where you will undergo a three-week training and training. After that, you will go on a business trip. Upon arrival on a business trip, you will also go through an additional two weeks of training and combat coordination, ”said a representative of the Wagner PMC.
After the military riot , which was staged by the head of the Wagner PMC, Yevgeny Prigozhin, together with the fighters of the Wagner PMC, his fate, like the fate of the organization itself, was in question. Vladimir Putin publicly called Prigozhin a traitor and a traitor. PMC mercenaries were again offered to conclude a contract with the Ministry of Defense. Alexander Lukashenko said that Prigozhin himself and some of his mercenaries left for Belarus. There were reports that camps for the Wagnerites were already being built there for them. And the State Duma announced that the Wagnerites would no longer take part in the war in Ukraine.