The secretary general of Western military alliance, NATO has revealed that the group is closely following the movement of Russia’s Wagner mercenary force as well as their boss, Yevgeny Prigozhin, following revelations that neither the private army’s fighters nor their leader had taken up exile in Belarus.


NATO’s Jens Stoltenberg made this known yesterday amid widespread reports that Prigozhin was back in Russia and had not taken up the offer of exile in Belarus, which was agreed upon after Wagner forces began and ended a 24-hour mutiny against the Russian military leadership on June 24.


When quizzed by journalists, Stoltenberg claimed that NATO had tracked the Wagner leader’s recent travels, which he described as ‘moving a bit around’.


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