Top Russian military officer Sergei Sarovkin has been missing since the private militia put down Wagner’s coup against Moscow.
Sergei Sarovkin, the deputy commander of Moscow’s military operations in Ukraine, who has not been seen in public since the Wagner Group coup, is missing, a Russian lawmaker has said.
for his aggressive tactics in the Syrian and Chechen conflicts "The general, nicknamed “General Armageddon,” was last seen when he posted a video appeal to Wagner’s chief to end his insurgency in Russia.
Andrei Kartapolov, head of the Russian State Duma Defense Committee, said in a video posted on social media on Wednesday. "Cervocaine is currently ‘resting’ and is not currently available.
A New York Times report based on a United States intelligence briefing stated that Sarvokin had prior knowledge of the coup and that the Russian government was investigating whether he was involved.
Some Russian outlets reported that the missing official had been arrested, but there was no official confirmation and the Kremlin declined to answer questions.
Shortly after Wagner’s coup ended, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, when asked if President Vladimir Putin still trusted Sarvokin, said (Putin) was the Supreme Commander-in-Chief and he was the defense minister and chief of generals. Work with staff.