In response to Yevgeny Prigozhin, the leader of the Wagner mercenary gang, dying in a plane crash, Joe Biden, the president of the United States of America, issued a statement.continue reading
Prigozhin, along with seven other passengers and three staff members on board the Embraer aircraft, perished, according to an earlier report by Naija News.
60 miles north of Moscow, in the Bologovsky district of the Tver region, the plane exploded into flames as it crashed into a field.
In response to the news that Prigozhin passed away in a plane crash in Russia, President Biden stated on Wednesday that he is not surprised.
After attending an exercise class with his family close to Lake Tahoe, Biden spoke to reporters and stated, “I don’t know for sure what happened, but I’m not surprised.”
Not anything in Russia happens without (President Vladimir) Putin’s involvement.
But I don’t know enough to know the answer” of what may have happened to the powerful former Putin henchman
According to Russian state media, Prigozhin’s name was on the passenger list of the plane that crashed northwest of Moscow.
The leader of the Wagner organisation had organised the uprising in June, pulling his forces out of Ukraine, taking control of Rostov on Don in southern Russia, and threatening to march on Moscow.