The head of the Wagner PMC, Yevgeny Prigozhin, complained that all special communications phones were turned off for him in all offices and divisions, and all passes to all decision-making departments were blocked so that he could not ask for ammunition.
In an interview with News Info, Prigogine said:
No, it didn’t get better with ammunition, nothing has changed at all in terms of the main types. So, there are indeed changes. In order for me to stop asking for ammunition, they turned off all special telephones for me in offices, in all divisions.
And another important point that they made was to block all passes to all departments that should make decisions, I will not name them so as not to discredit them in any way.
So now I can only ask through the media.
In fact, that’s probably what I’ll be doing.
Probably in the near future one should not expect any great success from the Wagner PMC near Bakhmut, where fierce battles are now taking place.