Latest Updates on the Ongoing Coup
As the coup in Russia unfolds, we bring you the most recent updates from our exclusive sources, providing real-time information on the situation. Stay informed with our comprehensive coverage of the events.
Worries of Russian Nuclear Warheads Relocated to Belarus
According to reliable sources, there are growing concerns that Russian nuclear warheads have been moved to Belarus several weeks ago. This alarming development raises international apprehension regarding the potential escalation of the crisis.
Advancement of Wagner Forces Towards Moscow
Amidst the ongoing coup, Wagner forces, a Russian paramilitary group, are steadily advancing towards Moscow. Limited strikes by the Russian Air Force have been reported in their support. The situation remains fluid, and the intentions behind this movement are yet to be fully understood.
Putin and Officials Allegedly Leaving Moscow
Reports have emerged suggesting that Russian President Vladimir Putin and other high-ranking officials have departed Moscow and are en route to Saint Petersburg. This information is based on the observation of military VIP aircraft movements. Notably, there is a significant discrepancy between the state-controlled media outlet, TASS, which confirms Putin’s departure, and Putin’s Press Secretary, who denies these claims. Such a disconnect between TASS and the Kremlin is highly unusual and raises further questions about the unfolding events.
We will continue to monitor the situation closely and provide you with timely updates. Stay tuned for the latest developments in this ongoing crisis.
Table: Summary of Key Updates
|Worries of Russian Nuclear Warheads||Moved to Belarus weeks ago|
|Advancement of Wagner Forces||Headed towards Moscow with limited Russian Air Force support|
|Putin and Officials Leaving Moscow||Reports of departure to Saint Petersburg, conflicting statements between TASS and Putin’s Press Secretary|