Russia uprising latest: Ukraine launches offensive amid power struggle in Russia

Vladimir Putin has admitted the state of affairs in Rostov-on-Don is “sophisticated” after Yevgeny Prigozhin’s forces seized command factors within the southern metropolis and referred to as on the Wagner mercenary group’s rank-and-file to put down their arms.

“Those that organised and ready the navy rebellion, who took arms in opposition to their comrades, have betrayed Russia. And pays for it. And I name on those that they’re attempting to tug into this crime to not commit a deadly and tragic, irreversible mistake, and to make the one proper selection — to cease taking part on this crime,” the Russian president stated.

Putin likened the warlord’s rebellion to the collapse of the Russian state in 1917.

In his handle to the nation concerning the Wagner paramilitary commander’s “march of justice” in opposition to Russia’s military, the Russian president stated Russia would take “decisive measures to stabilise the state of affairs” in Rostov-on-Don, a southern metropolis residence to a serious Russian command level the place Prigozhin claimed to have taken over all navy services.

“The work of civil and navy command is actually blockaded,” Putin stated.

Putin stated Russia’s armed forces had additionally “acquired important orders” for “further measures of an anti-terrorist nature” in Moscow and “a number of different areas.”

The step primarily places the FSB, Russia’s primary safety service, answerable for the areas and offers it the appropriate to detain anybody, seize something, or raid anywhere they see match. 

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