Head Of Wagner Group Killed In A Plane Crash! (Video)
The plane carrying Yevgeny Prigozhin, head of the private military company Wagner, crashed north of Moscow, killing all on board.
According to Russian media, a private plane crashed in the Tver region, located in the northwest of Moscow, the capital of Russia.
The aircraft, Embraer Legacy 600 numbered RA-02795, belongs to the PMC Wagner and was carrying Yevgeny Prigozhin, the head of the group. This plane had 10 passengers, three of them were crew and seven were passengers, and all of them were killed.
At first, it was not clear whether Prigozhin was on board or not; But later, the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency published a list of seven passengers and three crew members, who, according to the registration information, were supposed to be on board. In addition to Prigozhin, the list includes Dmitry Utkin, chief warlord of the PMC, and Valery Chekalov, who was reportedly responsible for the transport logistics of the businessmen, as well as for the supply of ammunition to the battlefields , etc.
Various sources confirmed the death of Prigozhin and Utkin. No information has been published regarding the cause of the accident and its details.