Currentzis sponsor sends private army to UkraineNews
The Russian energy giant Gazprom has recruited a private army to fight alongside failing Russian forces in Ukraine.
Yesterday, a Gazprom unit known as PMC Potok, got into a firefight with the Wagner Group, which is supposedly fighting on the same side.
Wagner mercenaries complained loudly on social media.
Gazprom PMC vs Wagner PMC
Mercenaries from Potok battalion complained to Putin that Wagner’s mercenaries did not allow them to leave taken positions in Bakhmut “under death threat.”
Prigozhin’s fighters “protested against” this claim.
As a result, Ukrainian Army took back the… pic.twitter.com/OlMtp9J9tT
— Anton Gerashchenko (@Gerashchenko_en) April 26, 2023
Gazprom has been the principal sponsor (pictured) of the Greek-Russian conductor Teodor Currentzis, who is still being engaged by useful idiots in the music business in Germany and Austria. They should be aware of the bloodstains on his contract.