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Allegations of scam on private army fighters against Russia, made anti-national comments


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The American Wagner Group Mozart Group, which has been sent to train and assist the Ukrainian soldiers, have been accused of a scam and making questionable comments on Ukraine’s leadership. Following this, the company’s funds have been diverted by the USA’s former marine and Mozart leader, Andrew Milburn. Along with this, Milburn also made derogatory comments against Ukraine’s leaders in an inebriated state. Milburn stated that while commenting on Ukraine, he was drunk.

Nevertheless, he has labelled most of the allegations about financial irregularities as ‘baseless’. He mentioned that since March, the Mozart fighters have been fighting the Russian army undeterred, trained the Ukrainian army there, prepared the citizens for the war, and stood at the frontline with the Ukrainian army, but the leaders of Ukraine did not pay for the same, and left Mozart dependent on a small pool providing funds, in which a group of East-Coast financiers and a Texas tycoon were involved.


Sonakshi Datta
Sonakshi Datta
Journalist who wants to cover the truth which others look the other way from.


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