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Chaos in Russia Ukrainian Foreign Minister: The situation is in favor of Kiev!

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Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on the 24th that “the chaos in Russia is good for Kiev!” He stressed that the unrest caused by the Wagne Group this weekend will have an impact on the war between Russia and Ukraine, and it remains to be verified.

According to Reuters, Yevgeny Prigozhin, head of the Russian mercenary corps Wagner, said on the evening of the 24th that he had reached an agreement with the Kremlin to stop marching toward Moscow. Prigzin and his mercenaries were spared criminal liability, and Prigzin himself left for Belarus.

In response to a major internal crisis in an enemy country, Ukrainian President Volodymyria Zelensky said in a regular speech on the evening of the same day, “Today, the world sees that the Russian dictator cannot control everything and is in complete chaos.”

Zelensky also urged Western Allies to seize the moment and step up the flow of more weapons to Kiev. The unrest triggered by Prigzin is undoubtedly the biggest internal challenge Russian President Vladimir Putin has faced in his 23 years as top leader.

Ukraine’s Foreign minister, Alexander Kureba, also said, “Any chaos behind enemy lines is in our interests.” But it is too early to say how this will affect Ukraine. He also revealed that he had telephoned US Secretary of State Antony Blinken later in the day to discuss the incident and Kiev’s counter-offensive.

The U.S. State Department issued a statement shortly after, noting that the situation was evolving and that Washington would continue to work “closely” with Kiev.

Oleksiy Danilov, secretary general of Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council, also said that Russian troops did not immediately withdraw from the front line and return to Moscow. “They are still where they are and they are still resisting.”

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