The military correspondent of “Komsomolskaya Pravda” Alexander Kots, published in his Twitter a video, allegedly showing the everyday life of the Russian PMC (private military company) in Sudan. We will remind, earlier about the participation of Russian mercenaries in the civil war in this country, reported BBC.
“Everyday life of Russian PMCs in the Sudan (voice-over), — Kotz wrote. Not South, as was announced earlier, but just in the Sudan. Fig need South he landlocked no.”
Directly the video shows the training of a few people in the desert: they are on a platform work out the storm at home: throw “grenade”, go to “rooms” with weapons, etc.
In the final video, the instructor’s voice-over begins to swear in Russian.
We will remind that recently visited Moscow, the Sudanese dictator, Omar al-Bashir, indicted by the International criminal court of genocide. He held talks with Vladimir Putin, calling him the “legitimate President” of the country.
The Criminal code has an article “Mercenary activities”: participation in armed conflicts abroad for the money in Russia is a crime, and the previously alleged leader PMC Wagner Dmitry Utkin was photographed with Putin on one of the Kremlin receptions.
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