This information was reported by the telegram channel “Operational Armed Forces of Ukraine”, reports “URA-Inform”.< /p>
From now on, Russian President Vladimir Putin refuses to grant pardon to Russian prisoners participating in hostilities against Ukraine. This decision was made after the management of Wagner, headed by Yevgeny Prigozhin, transferred control over the direction of prisoners sent to the front to the Russian Ministry of Defense from February 2023.
Thus Thus, the possibility of receiving a pardon from the President is excluded for those who participate in military operations in Ukraine under the Russian banner, but are legally criminals.
It is possible that this innovation is part of changes in the approach to managing the participation of prisoners in military operations and indicates a more strict approach to these issues on the part of the Russian authorities.
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