The Wagner Group, led by Yevgeny Prigozhin, is a private army that has been fighting in Ukraine alongside the regular Russian army.

A mutiny occurred, lasting only 24 hours, during which Wagner troops seized a city and advanced toward Moscow.

Charges against Prigozhin were dropped, and he was offered relocation to Belarus as part of a deal to end the mutiny.

Prigozhin had accused Russia's Ministry of Defence of failing to provide adequate ammunition to his group.

President Putin invited Prigozhin and other Wagner commanders to the Kremlin to assess their actions and provide evaluations.

Prigozhin expressed unconditional support for Putin during the meeting.

 The current whereabouts of Prigozhin remain uncertain, with conflicting reports.

The mutiny was seen as a significant challenge to President Putin's authority.

Putin has retained his support for Shoigu and Gerasimov, as indicated by recent footage of Gerasimov issuing orders.

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