The President of the Wagner Group said that the Russian paramilitary organization began to withdraw from the city of Bakhmut and will deliver all its positions to the normal Russian army until 1 June. Vladimir Putin's ally Yevgeny Prigozhin made the announcement during the visit of the ruined city and said that they would receive new orders and withdraw to the tank teams and other commanders and they should be withdrawn. The Russian army said, ız We will deliver our positions to the troops, including our positions, ammunition, dry rations, ”he said. Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Defense said on Thursday that Russia began to replace Wagner units with regular troops at the foothills of Bakhmut, but Wagner fighters are in the city, he said. Russia recently claimed that he had captured the city after about 250 days of fight - a statement Kiev disputes. Most analyst expects Ukraine to start an counter -attack and potentially threatens the Russian army's challenging gains and other areas of the front. Prigozhin, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Senior Military officials accused of deprived of bullets and other ammunition, accusing the Russian army extremely criticized. Wagner said that he had lost more than 20,000 men in the Bakhmut war. On Thursday, an Ukrainian official claimed that counter -termination would not mark a significant change of gear change. The presidential advisor, Mykhailo Podolyak, wrote, “This is not a single event that will begin at a certain time of a certain day with a serious cut of red strip. The Russian militias, which are compatible with Ukraine, initiated a cross -border raid at the beginning of this week, and since the beginning of the war, some of the first continuous struggle in the Russian region established chaotic wars in the Belgorod region. On Thursday, a Ukrainian official told that he had no connection with a “strange and meaningless drür attack against the Kremlin at the beginning of this month. Video showed a few unmanned aerial vehicles flying on the walls of the Kremlin before the explosion in an flight glow and to a building façadecaused damage. The New York Times reported that the assessment of US spy agencies showed that the attack was probably organized by one of Ukraine's special military or intelligence units. Moscow blames Ukraine.